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John and Julie (1955)

This is a heart warming story about two children who run away to London so they can visit the Queen.


William Fairchild

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Colin Gibson Colin Gibson ... John
Lesley Dudley Lesley Dudley ... Julie
Noelle Middleton ... Miss Stokes
Moira Lister ... Dora
Wilfrid Hyde-White ... Sir James (as Wilfrid Hyde White)
Sidney James ... Mr. Pritchett
Megs Jenkins ... Mrs. Pritchett
Joseph Tomelty Joseph Tomelty ... Mr. Davidson
Constance Cummings ... Mrs. Davidson
Patric Doonan Patric Doonan ... Jim Webber
Andrew Cruickshank Andrew Cruickshank ... Uncle Ben
Colin Gordon ... Mr. Swayne
Winifred Shotter Winifred Shotter ... Mrs. Swayne
Peter Jones ... Jeremy
Peter Sellers ... P.C. Diamond


This is a heart warming story about two children who run away to London so they can visit the Queen.

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Family | Comedy


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Release Date:

20 February 1956 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Verliebt in eine Königin See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)


Color (Eastman Colour)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Did You Know?


Colin Gibson and Lesley Dudley received "introducing" credits. See more »


One character in the London sequence, called Jeremy, claims to be Australian, but the flag he is holding is the New Zealand one. See more »


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Awful British potboiler
22 August 2014 | by j-g-trebleSee all my reviews

This film is a weakly disguised excuse to recycle a few yards of footage of the most recent coronation to be held in Britain (1953). The supporting story is paper-thin, the cast (which includes Peter Sellers) struggles with a weak script, and the direction is leaden. The best reason for watching it is to be reminded of what the late 60's did for British society, in getting rid of all that deference and the pretence that everything and everyone in Britain was wonderful - even Americans! From tart to field-marshal, everyone has a heart of gold. Sid James' character is an attempt to introduce an element of dissension that fails to convince.

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