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Wodehouse in Exile (2013)

An all-star cast heads up this intimate film about how author, P.G.Wodehouse, came to face a charge of treason during the Second World War and how this quintessential Englishman, creator of... See full summary »

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P. G. Wodehouse
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Ethel Wodehouse
Curran McKay ...
German Soldier
Simon Coury ...
Algy
Robert Cooper ...
Arthur Grant
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Mackintosh
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Leonora Cazalet
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Peter Cazalet
Niall Cusack ...
Buchelt
Kevin Trainor ...
Reynolds
Conor Grimes ...
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Damien Hannaway ...
Angus Thuermer
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Werner Plack
Faolan Morgan ...
German Sergeant
Conor Mullen ...
Paul Schmidt
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An all-star cast heads up this intimate film about how author, P.G.Wodehouse, came to face a charge of treason during the Second World War and how this quintessential Englishman, creator of Jeeves and Wooster, became an exile from his own country and never set foot on English soil again. Written by Kate Triggs

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P. G. Wodehouse is accused of treason.

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25 March 2013 (UK)  »

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Wodehouse: An Innocent Abroad  »

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Malcolm Muggeridge only attained the rank of Captain by the end of the war yet here he is a Major. But officers in the Intelligence Corps were sometimes known to have worked under a different name or rank. See more »

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Simple and sad
1 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hugely disagree with the one other reviewer on this site. That Wodehouse was too innocent to understand how the Nazis were using him also explains why he didn't blink an eye at Macintosh's anti-Semitic doings. Wodehouse was sequestered from the war by the Nazis. How was he to know what was happening? Absurd critique. And the movie is paced well, not too fast, certainly not too slow. Pigott-Smith is wonderful as Wodehouse, Zoe Wanamaker brilliant as his beloved, not-so-easily fooled wife. Julian Rhind-Tutt plays Malcolm Muggeridge, PUNCH editor, satirist, and Guardian writer. Flora Montgomery, once Ireland's EFP's Shooting Star, is lovely as Leonora, Wodehouse's (step)-daughter.


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