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Please Sir! (1971)

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Noel Howlett ...
Joan Sanderson ...
Richard Davies ...
Erik Chitty ...
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Angela Cutforth
Peter Cleall ...
Carol Hawkins ...
Liz Gebhardt ...
David Barry ...
Peter Denyer ...
Malcolm McFee ...
Aziz Resham ...
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Brinsley Forde ...
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Malcolm McFee wears a wig as Craven, as his real hair was considered too short (he had recently been filming Oh! What a Lovely War (1969)) to suit the character. See more »

Goofs

When Angela leaps on Bernard at the end and says 'At last, you're mine', the movement of her lips in not in sync with the words. See more »

Quotes

[a group of students have rushed past Mr Smith]
Mr Smith: The heady wine of youth, eh Price?
[Smith turns to reveal an L Plate on his back. Price removes it]
Mr. Price: Bouquet like an open sewer!
[Price throws the L plate to the ground]
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All Things Bright and Beautiful
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Music by William H. Monk and lyrics by Cecil F. Alexander
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As good as an Ealing Comedy in its own way
28 June 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Highly under-rated British comedy with many memorable characterisations, not a bad script, and a wonderful feel-good factor.

John Alderton is pretty much faultless as Hedges - this is fine comic acting.

Especially enjoyable if you grew up in the 1970s. Standout sequence for me is when Hedges (and we) think 5c have gone to bed for the night and he heads off to the pub with Price... only to bump into his pupils there. Nicely done.

Other amusing sequences also, and I can sum up the film using an expression of Dennis's (one of the characters)... "Yeah! Double NEAT!!"


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