Release dateFebruary 1956 Initial releaseFebruary 1956 (United Kingdom) CastLeslie Dwyer (Nobby Clark), Bill Owen (Dusty Grey), Joy Nichols (Lobelia), Dandy Nichols (Mrs Clark), Harold Berens (Driver) Similar moviesSong of Paris (1952), Cheer Up (1936), The Speckled Band (1931)
Not so dusty extract
Not So Dusty is a 1956 British comedy film directed by Maclean Rogers and starring Bill Owen, Leslie Dwyer and Joy Nichols.
Two London rubbish collectors come into possession of a valuable book and thwart the attempts of some criminals to con them out of it. Meanwhile, one of the dustmen pursues a romance with a housemaid he has met on his round.
Joy Nichols as Lobelia
Bill Owen as Dusty Grey
Leslie Dwyer as Nobby Clark
Harold Berens as Driver
Roddy Hughes as J.C. Layton
Ellen Pollock as Agatha Lincoln
Wally Patch as Burrows
Dandy Nichols as Mrs. Clark
William Simons as Derek Clark
Totti Truman Taylor as Charlotte Duncan
Bill Shine as Alistair Lincoln
Tony Quinn as Elmer J. Cobb
Diana Chapman as Receptionist
Scott Sanders as Lancelot Barnaby Pennington
Michael McKeag as 2nd Actor
Alexis de Galien as Head waiter
George Roderick as 1st Waiter
John Moore as 2nd Waiter
The film was made at Twickenham Studios and on location around London. It is a remake of a 1936 film of the same title which had also been directed by Maclean Rogers. Wally Patch, who had written and starred in the earlier film, appears in a small role in the remake.