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The Ealing Comedy Collection: The Lavender Hill Mob / Whisky Galore! / Passport to Pimlico / School for Scoundrels / The Maggie

The legendary Ealing Studios were home to some of Britain's most enduring - and endearing - comedies. It is the oldest continuously-working studio facility for film in the world, and has launched the careers of many of Britain's greatest stars. Collected here are five of Ealing's rib-tickling comedies, replete with gags, giggles and guffaws galore! 1. The Lavender Hill Mob (1951); 2. Whisky Galore! (1949); 3. Passport to Pimlico (1949); 4. School for Scoundrels (1960); 5. The Maggie (1954).

Year: 1951
Genre: Comedy, Classic Comedy, Deluxe Box Sets, Classic Cinema
Country: UK
Director: Alexander Mackendrick, Charles Crichton, Henry Cornelius, Robert Hamer
Starring: Alastair Sim, Alec Guinness, Basil Radford, Ian Carmichael, James Robertson Justice, Janette Scott, Joan Greenwood, Margaret Rutherford, Paul Douglas, Stanley Holloway, Terry-Thomas, Hermione Baddeley
Duration: 433 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Classic Comedy

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