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Director  Frederick Wilson
Music director  Clifton Parker
Language  English
6.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Thriller
Duration  
Country  United Kingdom
Poets Pub movie poster
Writer  Eric Linklater, Diana Morgan
Release date  1949
Cinematography  Arthur Ibbetson, George Stretton
Cast  Derek Bond (Saturday Keith), Rona Anderson (Joanna Benbow), James Robertson Justice (Prof. Benbow), John McLaren (Elmer Van Buren), Barbara Murray (Nelly Bly), Peter Croft (Quentin Cotton)
Similar movies  Derek Bond appears in Poets Pub and Tony Draws a Horse

Poet's Pub is a 1949 British comedy film directed by Frederick Wilson and based on the 1929 novel by Eric Linklater. The film was one of four of David Rawnsley's Aquila Films that used his proposed "independent frame" technique. It was made at Pinewood Studios.

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Premise

An Oxford poet is convinced to become manager of a country inn, after complaining about the food and service.

Cast

  • Derek Bond as Saturday Keith
  • Rona Anderson as Joanna Benbow
  • James Robertson Justice as Prof. Benbow
  • John McLaren as Elmer Van Buren
  • Barbara Murray as Nelly Bly
  • Peter Croft as Quentin Cotton
  • Leslie Dwyer as Holly
  • Joyce Grenfell as Miss Horsefell-Hughes
  • Fabia Drake as Lady Mercy Cotton
  • Maurice Denham as PC Windle
  • Kay Cavendish as Jean Forbes
  • Andrew Osborn as Williams
  • Iris Hoey as Lady Keith
  • Vincent Ball as Stacey
  • Ernest Berk as Dancer
  • Elizabeth Blake as Dancer
  • Dennis Brian as Member, Oxford Crew
  • Derek Briggs as Cyclist
  • Olwen Brookes as Bridge Player
  • Ann Codrington as Bridge Player
  • Deidre Doyle as Mrs. Arnott
  • Geoffrey Dunn as Mr. Sedgwick
  • Alexander Field as Waiter
  • Dorothy Green as Bridge Player
  • Pat Hagen as Dancer
  • Mona K. Harrison as Bridge Player
  • Patricia Hayes as Mrs. Lott
  • Walter Horsbrugh as Curate
  • Roddy Hughes as Truscott
  • Peter Illing as Charles
  • Jennifer Jayne as Cyclist
  • Sam Kydd as George
  • Arthur Lowe as Coach Guide
  • Michael McKeag as Cyclist
  • Mike Oxley as Cyclist
  • Dermot Palmer as Harris
  • John Singer as Cox
  • Philip Stainton as Mr. Lott
  • Anthony Steel as Compton
  • Joan Sterndale-Bennett
  • Dennis Vance as Scriven
  • Leslie Weston as Higgins
  • Mela White as Cyclist
  • Production

    The film features actors viewing a combined radiogram television receiver made by Alba in 1948.

    References

    Poet's Pub Wikipedia
    Poets Pub IMDb Poets Pub themoviedb.org


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