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Three Hats for Lisa (1965)

| Comedy, Musical | 1965 (UK)
Three young Cockneys take a day off work to meet a foreign movie star at Heathrow airport. She joins them and their taxi driver while she collects some typically British hats. The main rule... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Joe Brown ...
Johnny Howjego
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Lisa Milan
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Sid Marks
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Flora
Dave Nelson ...
Sammy
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Pepper
Seymour Green ...
Signor Molfino
Josephine Blake ...
Miss Penny
Jeremy Lloyd ...
Guards Officer
Michael Brennan ...
Police Sergeant
Eric Barker ...
Station Sergeant
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Cinema Caretaker
Dickie Owen ...
Policeman
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Truck Driver
Arnold Bell ...
Hilton Doorman
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Three young Cockneys take a day off work to meet a foreign movie star at Heathrow airport. She joins them and their taxi driver while she collects some typically British hats. The main rule of the game is to steal a hat from its wearer, so the film is a musical chase around Swinging Sixties London, evading press and police. Written by Mitch Park

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One Mild Magical Musical Day in London

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Comedy | Musical

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1965 (UK)  »

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One Day in London  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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Opening credits: The events, characters and firms depicted in this photoplay are fictitious. Any similarity to actual persons living or dead, or to actual firms is purely coincidental. See more »

Connections

References The Longest Day (1962) See more »

Soundtracks

That What Makes A Girl A Girl
(uncredited)
Performed by Joe Brown, Sophie Hardy, Sidney James, Una Stubbs and Dave Nelson
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Great snapshot of 60's London
22 October 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie on TV about 25 years ago and it stuck in my mind as a great feel good movie and a wonderful representation of 60's London. I can remember some of the songs even now, although I doubt if any have ever been released. There's some brilliant street 'dance' scenes set to the songs and the whole thing moves along with great pace and energy. The main players; Joe Brown, Una Stubbs, Sid James & Sophie Hardy are all excellent and work together well. I notice that Eric Rodgers wrote the music, he of 'Carry On' Fame which explains the compelling soundtrack. I 've not seen this movie since, which I assume means it's not that popular and that's a shame.


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