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Saturday Cinema Double Bill: Innocents in Paris


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Alastair Sim
Margaret Rutherford Claire Bloom
This amiable comedy is set in those far-off days-the early 50s-when travel, even to Paris, was more of an adventure. Seven innocents abroad, a cross-section of the British nation, travel to the French capital. The adventurers and romantics are led by Sim, as a dour diplomat, and Margaret Rutherford as an eccentric amateur artist ...
Written and produced by ANATOLE DE GRUNWALD
Directed by GORDON PARRY Films: page 11 and at 4.40
Laughter in Paradise starring
Alastair Sim Fay Compton
In the second film starring the incomparable Alastair Sim , an eccentric practical joker dies, leaving a fortune to each of four relatives - on various conditions. The exploits the relatives have to undertake in order to inherit, provide plenty of comic situations.
Produced and directed by MARIO ZAMPI Films: page 11


Unknown: Alastair Sim
Unknown: Margaret Rutherford
Unknown: Claire Bloom
Unknown: Margaret Rutherford
Produced By: Anatole de Grunwald
Directed By: Gordon Parry
Unknown: Alastair Sim
Unknown: Fay Compton
Unknown: Alastair Sim
Unknown: Michael Pertwee
Unknown: Jack Davies
Directed By: Mario Zampi
Sir Norman Barker: Alastair Sim
Gwladwys Inglott: Margaret Rutherford
Dicky Bird: Ronald Shiner
Susan Robbins: Claire Bloom
Max de Lorne: Claude Dauphin
Francois: Laurence Harvey
Capt George Stilton: Jimmy Edwards
Andy MacGregor: James Copeland
Josette: Gaby Bruyere
Raymonde: Monique Gérard
Gloria Delaney: Mara Lane
Carpetseller: Grégoire Aslan
Panitov: Peter Illing
Deniston Russell: Alastair Sim
Agnes Russell: Fay Compton
Simon Russell: Guy Middleton
Herbert Russell: George Cole
Henry Russell: Hugh Griffith
Lucille Grayson: Beatrice Campbell
Sir Charles Robson: A E Matthews
Elizabeth Robson: Joyce Grenfell
Sheila Wilcott: Eleanor Summerfield
Gordon Webb: John Laurie

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Saturday Cinema Double Bill: Innocents in Paris

BBC Two England, 8 August 1981 15.15

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