Brandy for the Parson

Synopsis: Bill Harper and Petronilla Brand are a young couple that, through a series of mishaps and accidents, get unintentionally involved in a brandy-smuggling (from France) racket. Because of an accidental sinking of Tony Rackham's boat, Bill and Patricia take him across the Channel on their boat which, to their dismay, is soon filled with several kegs of brandy. It then evolves into a series of intentional and unintentional dodges trying to evade the Customs officials.
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Romance
Director(s): John Eldridge
Production: MGM
 
IMDB:
6.1
APPROVED
Year:
1952
75 min
9 Views

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Yes it all began at Paddington Station

her name is petronella his name has just

built and he was late I come into their

story later so for all they knew this

was just the beginning of a happy and

harmonious holiday hey didn't you wake

me office oh no no sir put it.

Thank You old ticket vain that's him on

the right anyway one consolation I've

got reservations for Atlantic at sea

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I'm terribly sorry about this time

you're an agony

only a slide I once we get to bambridge

the rest of the journey strands in row

which help in especially laughter I'm

sorry about this rain once you bought

the battery no trouble

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[Music]

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[Music]

I'm what you can help me

you'll be able to claim for everything

your holiday I wasn't holidaying

actually I'm confident on this little

job couldn't be worse why hold him

anywhere

yeah some job you know what sort of job

just benefiting and caring nothing.

Nellie there's a madman think she's a

bit Michael and I get over to France by

tonight still contact power another

version that no oh I'm sure you can my

insurance will pay all right

I couldn't have been sent by any one

time

anything the bar is be our boy is it be

midseason the may not the may not be a

bet you see this stuff I'm pitching is

promised up in London at the end of the

week if I can't deliver I'm gonna be in

a bit of a jam do it I'll get your money

why don't we we were taking across the

channel soon okay

say the battery no anyway listen so

close I came across the Atlantic if this

is right where you'll be saving my life

oh boy but I couldn't possibly a job

it's very tricky at mr. Medicare there's

one person with that good right what

couldn't you tell oh come on I have

daughter there I thought a pretty

regular don't consider me thank you sir

what do you do in France whore a cop

can you make it what cause I can

[Music]

[Applause]

[Music]

[Applause]

[Music]

[Applause]

[Music]

Holiday couple what is it you're

supposed to pick up what I want to talk

to you about that feel good probably all

death if you ask me is as far as they

come

he'd never got that far across the

channel by himself doesn't even know

pong stop it

I think he's rather gay I head up spend

at least part of my holiday me

[Music]

Right the Willis phillotson um well are

there any good oh boy I'll be alright

a couple of hours well what about a

cargo

oh why I thought peps you might yeah

fine thanks to my trouser pocket now

look here Messer grew Normandy for sure

you won't come with me no oh no see you

later.

I don't I'm a shoe and just we've been

you mister Rekha that's you I come wait

the point is la Mela oh no oh yes money

you ugly

oh wait ma'am key please ma'am oh thank

ya all in all do this or hmm this is the

name of the vessel.

Oh ballerina come on Belle Reve ah belly.

Elena I told you I'd open sorry for fact

ounce you want one you Ronnie

boys this is your seat one tile shotgun

more girls come back oh wow

[Music]

What is do anything Johnny Johnny.

Bonnie me nothing I hope he just acted

rather out there one chopped white yes

and I'm just wondering what you've met

that young man little Tina for I told

you he was flying it's still there it is

yes but look what's on it

[Music]

Sure you are.

[Applause]

I see I like that they salty thanks very

much why don't if anybody would notice I

asked the custom staff to come aboard to

save time I hope you don't mind by I

told him you'd almost certainly has the

nylon and a bottle of sin Owen asked you

know ah I figured you found the place

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John Dighton

John Dighton (1909 – 1989) was a British playwright and screenwriter. Dighton wrote for the stage until 1936, when he made the transition to films. His output during the 1940s included comedian Will Hay's last starring features, and several George Formby films as well as the 1947 adaptation of Charles Dickens' Nicholas Nickleby, and the 1943 war movie Undercover starring John Clements and Michael Wilding. Employed by Ealing Studios, he collaborated on the screenplays of such celebrated comedies as Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949) and The Man in the White Suit (1952), sharing an Academy Award nomination for the latter. He gained a second nomination for the American-financed Roman Holiday (1953). Two of his more popular stage plays, The Happiest Days of Your Life and Who Goes There! (known as The Passionate Sentry in the USA), were successfully adapted for the screen by Dighton himself, the former in collaboration with Frank Launder. His final screen credit was his adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple, penned in collaboration with Roland Kibbee. more…

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