Alastair Sim Collection: The Green Man / Folly To Be Wise / Geordie / Left, Right and Centre / Laughter in Paradise

'The Green Man' (1956) - Alastair Sim stars in this entertaining black comedy as a timid clockmaker with a part-time job - International Assassination Expert. 'Folly To Be Wise' (1952) - Alastair Sim stars as Captain Paris, who takes over as chaplain and entertainment's officer in a large Army camp, where the troops are seemingly more interested in favouring the local hostelries than attending planned social events. 'Geordie' (1955) - Tall and handsome Bill Travers plays opposite Norah Gorsen as Jean and Alastair Sim as The Laird in this charming love story, set in the beautiful highlands of Scotland. 'Left, Right and Centre' (1959) - Spotting an opportunity to turn good publicity into a few extra pennies, Lord Wilcot (Alastair Sim), owner of a highly commercialised stately home, puts forward his nephew Robert (Ian Carmichael) as the Tory candidate in the upcoming Earndale by-election. 'Laughter in Paradise' (1951) - When wealthy, well-known practical joker Henry Russell (Hugh Griffith) dies, four relatives find out that they stand to inherit considerable sums...provided they commit acts that are completely contrary to their natures, with hilarious results.

Year: 1951
Genre: Classic Comedy, Deluxe Box Sets, Classic Cinema
Country: UK
Director: Frank Launder, Mario Zampi, Robert Day, Sidney Gilliat
Starring: George Cole, Alastair Sim, Hugh Burden, Audrey Hepburn, Ian Carmichael, Bill Travers, Terry-Thomas, Roland Culver, Colin Gordon, Jill Adams, Raymond Huntley
Duration: 447 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains low level offensive language.
Location in store: Classic Comedy
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