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Privates on Parade

Privates on Parade
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Patrick Pearson Patrick Pearson
Sergeant Steven Flowers
Michael Elphick Michael Elphick
Sergeant Major Reg Drummond
Joe Melia Joe Melia
Sergeant Len Bonny
John Standing John Standing
Captain Sholto Savory
Nicola Pagett Nicola Pagett
Acting Lieutenant Sylvia Morgan
Simon Jones Simon Jones
Sergeant Eric Young-Love
David Bamber David Bamber
Sergeant Charles Bishop
Bruce Payne Bruce Payne
Flight Sergeant Kevin Cartwright


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Peter Nichols Peter Nichols
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"This is a little seen comedy that deals with the army entertainers during the Second World War. In this case, on one of the Malaysian islands. Most of the men that entertained the troops there were drag queens and overall, all of them were very eccentric hams! This movie beautifully recaptures the music hall type of entertainment and light opera that was prevalent then. For that reason alone, this is a great movie from a nostalgic/historical perspective. It's also fun to see John Cleese showing "



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