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January 1962 (UK) See more »
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The beard that started a National Uproar!
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Reginald Beckwith ... Fred Tickle
Dorinda Stevens ... Ann Tickle

John Le Mesurier ... Sir Mortimer Gallant
Brian Oulton ... Gregory Willett
Alison Bayley ... Violet Tickle
Harold Goodwin ... Percy

Barbara Windsor ... Elsie Grumble
Stanley Morgan ... Jim Lester
Stanley Unwin ... Vicar
Keith Smith ... Interviewer
Tony Hawes ... Mr. Rembrandt
Edward Malin ... Sidney (as Eddie Malin)
Raymond Rollett ... Arthur
Cardew Robinson ... Doctor

Directed by
Terry Bishop 
 
Writing credits
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Tony Hawes 
John O'Gorman  story

Produced by
Jack Parsons .... producer
 
Original Music by
David Lee 
 
Cinematography by
Ken Hodges 
 
Film Editing by
Peter Bezencenet 
 
Art Direction by
John Stoll 
 
Sound Department
Charles Poulton .... sound recordist
Robert Winter .... sound department
 

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