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Saturday Morning Film: Keep Fit


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A feature film starring George Formby with Kay Walsh, Guy Mlddleton.

When The County Echo launches a Keep Fit campaign, George Green finds himself in the middle of a competition more suited to less skinny mortals. The real battle is against the bully Hector, who has won the attention of Joan, the woman he loves. But dirty work by Hector, a real crook, cannot stop our George...
(Black and White)
Films; page 20


Screenplay/Director: Anthony Kimmins
Screenplay: Austin Melford
Producer: Basil Dean
George Green: George Formby
Joan Allen: Kay Walsh
Hector Kent: Guy Middleton
Publicity man: Gus McNaughton
Sir Augustus Marks: Edmund Breon
Ernie Gill: George Benson
Barker: Evelyn Roberts
Editor: C. Denier Warren
Magistrate: Aubrey Mallalleu

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Saturday Morning Film: Keep Fit

BBC One London, 30 April 1983 11.05

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