Boys will be Boys details
|Starring:||Will Hay, Graham Moffatt, Moore Marriott, Gordon Harker, Jimmy Hanley, Davy Burnaby, Norma Varden, Percy Walsh, Charles Farrell|
|Directors:||Marcel Varnel, William Beaudine|
|Studio:||CARLTON VISUAL ENTERTAINMENT LTD|
Boys will be Boys
|Rental release:||16 Jun 2003|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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A Classic B&W...By Mrp from UK , 21 Feb 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]I have fond memories of this film, mainly from seeing it 1 lazy afternoon when off sick from school, probably about 20yrs ago now. Now im 30 & theres not many B&W films i would watch, Schindlers List being the only other i can think of right now & thats hardly vintaqe. Ask a policeman is one of those classic slap stick B&W British comedies from a time long ago when everything was all very innocent, Thankfully theres no annoying singing or dancing like many cheesy US B&Ws. The old guy in this is pure class & the scene when they meet his father is excellent. Highly recommended Classic British Comedy.
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Too much Straw in this HayBy Seedyvee (205 reviews) from Grantham , 28 Jan 2013Not so funny as the other Will Hay films I have seen. It's wasn't the same without the boy and the old man supporting. Many gags were too often laboured and milked such as the 'How High is a Chinaman' routine.
Will Hay - Boys Will Be BoysBy Declan6107 (138 reviews) from Glasgow , 02 Feb 2010a great movie and the besy actortors at its time .well worth buying it
boys will be boysBy grandadste (11 reviews) from Warrington.cheshire , 16 May 2009very old and dated but still a classic
will hayBy a customer from Skelmersdale , 13 Feb 2009a very good film i would watch it again
will hayBy mark leather from secret , 26 Sep 2008Classic comedy from yesteryear.