A gentle comedy based around one day at a café and all its different visitors - including a vicar being attacked by a fly, a deceitful businessman, an arguing couple, a fed up builder and a...
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An American (Michael Cooper) arrives at a quiet Scottish hotel where he meets an Englishman (Maurice Rigby). As Maurice walks out towards his car it suddenly explodes!! Cooper picks up ... See full summary »
Norman is working in the stock room of a large London department store, but he has ambition (doesn't he always !!), he wants to be a window dresser making up the public displays. Whilst ... See full summary »
Norman wants to be a policeman like his father was, but he fails the height test (amongst others). One day he gets out his father's old uniform and "walks the beat". This leads to a level ... See full summary »
A gentle comedy based around one day at a café and all its different visitors - including a vicar being attacked by a fly, a deceitful businessman, an arguing couple, a fed up builder and a lady on detox - all in a days work for the two serving waiters. Written by
Director Kevin Powis, creates an amusing Hitchcockesque moment and makes a brief appearance in the movie. He can be seen as a customer in the coffee shop. The amusing part of this is he can be seen reading the script for the actual scene in which he appears. See more »
Norman Wisdom will go down in history as being one of the best entertainers this country has ever had. He was a truly great man and I think everyone has a magic Norman moment that they will treasure. His films are magical and each one has true heart and humour.
Even in later life he was still bringing joy to people and this film shows that. He may not have any lines but you can still see the magic in his eyes in every shot.
A remarkable man who inspired millions. Rest in peace Sir Norman Wisdom
a true star.
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