When it becomes known the death of an uncle caused Sergeant Wilson to inherit an Honorable aristocratic title, all Walmington flatters and woos him. All except Mainwaring, whose jealous envy is all but noble. It gets worse when it's suggested he should let his honorable sergeant do the honors when the town is to honor a Soviet Russian war ally visitor with the 'freedom' in the form of a key. Vladimir in turn hardly honors his hosts, except one. Written by
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A finger-post road sign can be seen in the background during the welcoming ceremony. In the UK all road signs were removed and put in storage for the duration of the war so as not to aid an invading force. See more
I've been waiting years to get into that golf club.
I believe they're awfully particular.
Written by Hugh Charles
and Sonny Miller
Heard between scenes See more