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That's Your Funeral (1972)

The animosity between two rival undertakers is amplified when drug traffickers attempt to use coffins and hearses to smuggle their wares.

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Bill Fraser ...
Basil Bulstrode
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Emmanuel Holroyd
David Battley ...
Percy
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Eugene Soul
John Ronane ...
Roland Smallbody
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Simmonds
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Purvis
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Miss Peach
Dudley Foster ...
Grimthorpe
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Town Clerk
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Arthur (Railway Porter)
Geoffrey Sumner ...
Lord Lieutenant
Bob Todd ...
Arthur (Funeral Director)
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Mayor
Hugh Paddick ...
Window Dresser
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The animosity between two rival undertakers is amplified when drug traffickers attempt to use coffins and hearses to smuggle their wares.

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With a hilarious cast of Britain's top comedians - See more »

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December 1972 (UK)  »

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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 »

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William Tell Overture
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Music by Gioachino Rossini
Arranged by Philip Martell
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A treat to see these great comedy actors in their twilight years.
19 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

I can't remember seeing the TV series of the same name, but this film shows off the immense talents of Bill, Raymond and Roy superbly. The idea of a mix up with coffins is not exactly new, the plot has few surprises, but it's the sublime acting which carries the film, which follows the style of that era, mixing the trends of the younger generation with staid old timers. I enjoyed it alot.


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