A member of the House of Lords dies in a shockingly silly way, leaving his estate to his son. Unfortunately, his son is insane: he thinks he is Jesus Christ. The other somewhat-more respectable members of their family plot to steal the estate from him. Murder and mayhem ensues. Written by
Mark Logan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The filming of the wedding required several takes, because the actors found it impossible to keep a straight face during the scene. This was partly due to the hilarity of the scene itself, partly to Alastair Sim
who did his best to make the other actors laugh when he himself was not being filmed. Carolyn Seymour
had the advantage that her face was hidden under the veil. See more
The technique of the string players in the orchestra, particularly their bowing, at the wedding reception (c.71 minutes) bears absolutely no relation to the soundtrack. See more
My Lords. Gentlemen. Pray silence for Ralph Douglas Christopher Alexander Gurney, the thirteenth Earl of Gurney.
13th Earl of Gurney
The aim of the Society of Saint George is to keep Gurney a memory of England. We were once the rulers of the greatest empire the world has ever known. Ruled not by superior force or skill, but by sheer presence.
Written by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Arranged by John Cameron See more