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That's Your Funeral (1972)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bill Fraser ...
Raymond Huntley ...
David Battley ...
Percy
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Eugene Soul
John Ronane ...
Roland Smallbody
Richard Wattis ...
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Purvis
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Miss Peach
Dudley Foster ...
Grimthorpe
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Town Clerk
Michael Ripper ...
Arthur (Railway Porter)
Geoffrey Sumner ...
Lord Lieutenant
Bob Todd ...
Arthur (Funeral Director)
John Sharp ...
Mayor
Hugh Paddick ...
Window Dresser
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Outrageous rib-tickling non-stop hilarity! See more »

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December 1972 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Das total verrückte Begräbnis  »

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This was Michael Ripper's 33rd and final Hammer film over the course of 23 years. The first was The Adventures of P.C. 49: Investigating the Case of the Guardian Angel (1949). See more »

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Featured in The World of Hammer: Hammer (1994) See more »

Soundtracks

Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes
(uncredited)
from "The Gondoliers"
Music by Arthur Sullivan
Arranged by Philip Martell
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The best sitcom-film
23 August 2003 | by See all my reviews

This film regularly gets a one star rating in the film guides. Why? For this film is a short sweet joy and truly the best TV spin off film of the early 70's - it stands head and shoulders above the dire On the Buses series. The acting and writing are a joy and for once it looks as though someone actually cared about the photography and direction. Its not a million miles away from Hobson's Choice and certainly Bill Fraser, Raymond Huntley and David Battley and the rest of the well known ensemble give this Hammer lo-budget gem a touch of class. Miss it at your peril.


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