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San Ferry Ann (1965)

San Ferry Ann
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Ron Moody Ron Moody
German
Joan Sims Joan Sims
Mum
Graham Stark Graham Stark
Gendarme
Ronnie Stevens Ronnie Stevens
Hiker Boy
Barbara Windsor Barbara Windsor
Hiker Girl
Rodney Bewes Rodney Bewes
Lover Boy


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Royally Frizzled rated this 5/10 1 year ago
Onion Jack added this to a list 2 years ago
The Comedy Faces of the Lovely Joan Sims (45 tv items)

"SAN FERRY ANN(1965)Character: MUM"


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The Comedy Faces of the Lovely Joan Sims (45 tv items)

"SAN FERRY ANN(1965)Character: MUM"


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From The Superb To The Crap - Movies Seen In 2016 (284 movies items)

"Not seen on British TV since the early days of C4, this short movie which has no dialogue except music and sound effects is about a group of British holidaymakers who board a ferry to France, and predictably, chaos results. It perfectly captures the eccentric behaviour of the British abroad. It showed how we Brits looked at other nations at the time i.e the French are stereotypically depicted in berets, striped T-shirts and with a fondness for frog's legs and stinky cheese!! It's not a laugh out"