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Margery and Gladys (2003)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy | Drama  -  21 September 2003 (UK)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Penelope Keith ...
Margery Heywood
June Brown ...
Gladys Gladwell
Alan David ...
Gordon Thompson
Marcia Warren ...
Jean Thompson
Matthew Lockwood ...
Scott Wilkins
Tilly Vosburgh ...
Mrs. Wilkins
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D.I. Woolley (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
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D.S. Stringer
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Graham Heywood
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Troy Gladwell
Heather Tobias ...
Mrs. Hewlett
Ken Morley ...
Bill Nightingale
Kulvinder Ghir ...
Mr. Singh
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Nina Kovacs
Diane Beck ...
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When Margery wakes up in the car, she can be seen wearing contact lenses. In previous and later scenes, she can be seen occasionally wearing glasses. See more »

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The cast can be heard singing "With Me Little Stick of Blackpool Rock" over the closing credits, with various actors' voices to the fore at different moments. See more »

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Penelope Keith and June Brown Are Great
28 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This British TV movie is a must for fans of classic Britcoms who will recognize Penelope Keith from various TV series. Here, she plays a 60-something widow who lives in a posh neighborhood that has been the target a recent break-ins. While he cleaning lady (June Brown) is working one day, they catch a punk in the midst of robbing the house. Keith smashes a vase over his head. They think he's dead. What ensues is a comic romp as the mismatched women run from the police. After all, a neighborhood watch meeting recently warned home owners that British laws do not favor them when they defend their homes and lives.

As the women race across the countryside in a beat-up Fiesta, they each learn a whole lot about each other, even though Brown has been Keith's cleaning lady for decades. Aside from hiding from the police, they have to deal with Brown's diabetes and the fact they left the house without any money or credit cards.

Also good are Adam Godley as Keith's repressed son with a cleaning fetish, Roger Lloyd Pack as the detective counting the days til retirement, Peter Vaughan as Brown's smarmy husband, and Martin Freeman as the dumb sergeant.

The ending is quite funny as the ladies travel by train to Blackpool with a bunch of George Formby and Elvis Presley impersonators, the perfect touch for their surreal journey.Just outside Blackpool, they make a discovery that changes their lives and destinies.

Keith and Brown work very well together and are a delight to watch as they get deeper and deeper into trouble, in turn bickering with and rescuing each other. For those who know Penelope Keith only as Margo or Audrey, this film will be a real treat.

Hard to find, but I finally found this on DVD from UK.


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