Tag: Terry-Thomas

Lucky Jim | 1957 | Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas

Not really a good adaptation, considering Kingsley Amis’s superior satiric novel, this take by the Boulting Brothers ditches the book’s finer points in favour of farce and plenty of physical humour. Nevertheless, judged on its own...

Brothers in Law | 1957 | Ian Carmichael, Richard Attenborough

An esteemed cast of British luvvy talent (Ian Carmichael, Richard Attenborough etc.) head the cast of this legal comedy drama, with the former as the idealistic young barrister whose senior partner has a habit of sending him off to tackle cases...

Our Man In Marrakesh | 1966 | Tony Randall, Senta Berger,

Tony Randall stars as an American architect in Marrakesh who becomes involved in the quest for some vital secret documents that could influence an upcoming UN vote. Senta Berger is the gorgeous CIA agent he falls for, and Herbert Lom is the villain...

School for Scoundrels | 1960 | Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas

It is fitting than the final great British 1950s comedy actually came out in 1960. Perpetual innocent Ian Carmichael and the eternally caddish Terry-Thomas had worked together many times before, but they were never better than in this film. Henry...

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