At his mother's funeral, stuffy bank clerk Henry Pulling meets his Aunt Augusta, an elderly eccentric with more-than-shady dealings who pulls him along on a whirlwind adventure as she attempts to rescue an old lover. Written by
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Louis Gossett, Jr., on working with Cukor on "Travels with My Aunt": "The consummate director and a filmmaking genius. He kept shooting until he got it right. He knew when to say something to you, and he knew when to leave you alone. He was always one step ahead of everyone." See more
In the bar, the two women dressed in red and black are at the bar, then at a table, then back at the bar, all in a matter of seconds. See more
Poverty is apt to strike suddenly... like influenza.
The painting of Augusta seen behind the opening credits winks to the audience as the credits end. See more
Referenced in Frasier: Travels with Martin
The Church's One Foundation
Music by Samuel S. Wesley
Words by Samuel J. Stone
Performed by Maggie Smith
and funeral mourners See more