SKU 6894


John Gregson as Alan McKim Dinah Sheridan as Wendy McKim Kenneth More as Ambrose Claverhouse Kay Kendall as Rosalind Peters Geoffrey Keen as First traffic policeman Reginald Beckwith as J.C. Callahan Arthur Wontner as Elderly Gentleman Joyce Grenfell as Hotel proprietress Leslie Mitchell as Himself – Newsreel Commentator

GENEVIEVE  (1953):

Two veteran cars and their crews are participating in the annual London to Brighton Veteran Car Run. Alan McKim, a young barrister, and his wife, Wendy, drive Genevieve, a 1904 Darracq. Their friend Ambrose Claverhouse, a brash advertising salesman, his latest girlfriend, fashion model Rosalind Peters, and her pet St. Bernard ride in a 1905 Spyker. The journey to Brighton goes well for Claverhouse, but the McKims' trip is complicated by several breakdowns, and they arrive very late. As Alan cancelled their accommodation in their usual plush hotel during a fit of pique, they are forced to spend the night in a dingy run-down hotel leaving Wendy feeling less than pleased. They finally join Ambrose and Rosalind for after-dinner drinks, but Rosalind gets very drunk, and insists on playing the trumpet with the house band. To the surprise of all, she performs a hot jazz solo before falling fast asleep moments later, to Wendy's great amusement.

DVD-R is in English with switchable English subtitles. Approx. 86 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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A handsome plastic surgeon has a beauty clinic where many a beautiful client falls in love with him. His unnoticed secretary is in love with him, too.

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 69 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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