Caldicott is pleased to spot 'Chicken Maryland' on the menu, but this dish was not listed in the previous close-up of the page. See more »
Well, If you're going to be all alone, I mean, I'm not engaged or anything and I thought perhaps we could, er...
Yes, perhaps we could, er...
Well, shall we?
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After the Lady Vanishes (1938) Basil Radford and Naunton Wayne reprised
their roles as the cricket mad rather inept upper class Englishmen Charters and Caldicott. They bumble through Europe their stiff accents and manners getting themselves into trouble and rubbing people up the wrong way. They are on a
Railway Station and they stop to show respect to the Ruritanian states national anthem. They stand rigid to all 23 verses which no one else takes any notice of and miss the train. They set out to conquor a mountain and they get covered in muck have all sorts of accidents but eventually the British bulldog comes out and they get there. Turning the corner at the summit they find a road and they follow it until they come to a sign. Getting out the phrase book it is deciphered as Bus Stop and just then it draws up. The road went up the other side of the mountain. Hilarious if only to look at Charters and Caldicott's deadpan
expressions. Charters and Caldicott reprised the roles twice more in the Night Train to Munich which returns to spies and Millions like us a wartime morale
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