Tommy Trinder Collection details
|Starring:||Tommy Trinder, Dave Willis, Patricia Kirkwood, Claude Hulbert, Carla Lehmann, Constance Cummings, Clifford Evans, Frances Day, Sonnie Hale, James Mason, Philip Friend, Chips Rafferty, Gordon Jackson, Stanley Holloway, Betty Warren|
|Directors:||Norman Lee, Walter Forde, Harry Watt|
|Genres:||Action/Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Music/Musical|
Sailors Three / Save A Little Sunshine
|PG Disc 1|
Fiddlers Three / The Foreman Went To France
|PG Disc 2|
|PG Disc 3|
|TBC Disc 4|
The Bells Go Down
|U Disc 5|
|Run time:||9 hours 44 minutes|
|Rental release:||11 Feb 2008|
Most helpful review
The Foreman Went to FranceBy stumpymuffin (49 reviews) from Ramsgate , 04 May 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]Enjoyable wartime film - unusual for Tommy Trinder.
"Bitter Springs" - could be better.By Jimpatmac (1 review) , 15 Jul 2013
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideThis was one of a number of fims made by Ealing in Australia during the late 1940's. It is no match for 'The Overlanderers' or 'Eureka Stockade' but it is not bad. It is set in the 1900's and tells of a family's trek from the coastal regions into the interior to set up a sheep ranch. Some fairly exciting sequences. The downside: Tommy Trinder playing Tommy Trinder. He was in it to sell the movie to the Brits. The film ends abruptly after the family (with help) win a battle against the local aborigines. All it then shows is the modern day ranch with the abo's working happily on it. It would have been much better had some time been spent showing how this came about.
The Bells Go DownBy Mbunwell (3 reviews) from Norwich , 14 Sep 2009Comedy-drama on the role of the Auxiliary Fire Service in London in the Second World War. Tommy Trinder's cheeky chappy persona can be a bit wearing but overall it is an interesting and instructive film about the recent history of this country.
The Foreman Went to FranceBy stumpymuffin (49 reviews) from Ramsgate , 04 May 2008Enjoyable wartime film - unusual for Tommy Trinder.
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