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When You Come Home (1948)

A music hall odd-job man, put-upon at work and at home, finally decides to assert himself when the theatre is threatened by secret redevelopment plans.

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Complete credited cast:
Frank Randle ...
Frank
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Maestro
Leslie Holmes ...
Fingers
Diana Decker ...
Paula Ryngelbaum
Fred Conyngham ...
Mike O'Flaherty
Linda Parker ...
The Soloist (as Linda Parker)
Jack Melford ...
Dr. Dormer Franklyn
Lily Lapidus ...
Mrs. Ryngelbaum
Tony Heaton ...
Joshua Ryngelbaum
Hilda Bayley ...
Lady Langfield
Lesley Osmond ...
Delia
Gus Aubrey ...
The Designer
Ernest Dale ...
The Fireman (as Ernie Dale)
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A music hall odd-job man, put-upon at work and at home, finally decides to assert himself when the theatre is threatened by secret redevelopment plans.

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12 March 1948 (Finland)  »

Also Known As:

Un fameux loustic  »

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One of two films made by Frank Randle while in dispute with John E. Blakeley, though it is often mistaken for a Blakeley production See more »

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Tin Gee Gee Polka
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Music by Fred Cape
Arranged by Percival Mackey
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very good portrayal
30 August 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

If you like Frank then this is one of his best in my honest opinion.. Every minute of this is marvellous not slapstick but honest.. it shows Frank in very different roles but all honest and completely derivative of the great Frank himself.. If you ever get a chance to buy any of Franks films then buy them you will never regret your purchases. Not side splitting but funny all the same.. Every one similar BUT different in a Lancashire sort of way. Frank was one of the best but maybe not the greatest of comedians but he was greatly appreciated by Collectors of his films That seem only to appear on Channle 4 or BBC 2 very very late at night when almost every one is asleep..what a great great shame


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