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Three Men in a Boat (1933)

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The comic adventures of three friends and a dog when they take a boating holiday on the River Thames.

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... Harris
... George
... Jimmy
Davy Burnaby ... Sir Henry Harland
Iris March ... Peggy
Griffith Humphreys ... Sergeant
Stephen Ewart ... Doctor
Victor Stanley ... Cockney
Frank Bertram ... Fisherman
Sam Wilkinson ... Police Constable
Winifred Evans ... Lady Harland
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The comic adventures of three friends and a dog when they take a boating holiday on the River Thames.

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inconsequential film of a dated book.
29 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

Given that this film was only made around 20 years after the book was written it is telling that it was only 60 minutes in length,now 54,so clearly it was never meant to be anything more than a supporting feature and probably given the virtbyually unknown cast,a quota quickie.It rather reminds me of Hi De Hi,in trying to get as many laughs as possible our of people falling in the water.It is interesting to note the poor reviews for the third remake in 1956,with a far more illustrious case,which rather goes to show that it was virtually out of date once it had been written.Incidentally I think the previous reviewer made a mistake about the Ealing Rareities series in which this is featured.The series is devoted to films made at Ealing Studios,in this instance by AssociTed Talking Pictures,which was managed by the universally disliked Basil Dean.


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