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The Belles of St. Trinian's (1954) Poster

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The school motto, written under the silver cup stands, is "In flagrante delicto", Latin for "a burning offense". However, it was commonly used in British divorce cases as a euphemism for caught in the act of sex. It would, of course, hardly be the motto of a girls' school.
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The role of Ms. Fritton was written for Margaret Rutherford; Alistair Sim took over the role when her services could not be secured.
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Miss Fritton founded St. Trinian's School during the General Strike of 1926.
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Flash Harry Edwards was born in 1928. When he was 12 years old in 1940, Miss Fritton employed him as a boot boy.
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The third most successful film at the British box office for 1954.
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Ronald Searle: The cartoonist who invented St Trinians, appears as a parent in the scene in Miss Fritton's office directly after the race. He is the one with the beard.
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