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Meet Me Tonight

1952 1h 21m Comedy List
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This film is composed of three comedic shorts. In the first segment, "The Red Peppers," the married members of a vaudeville double act are at each other's throats. Next, in "Fumed Oak," a married man (Stanley Holloway) is so fed up with his controlling spouse and mother-in-law that he plans to skip town indefinitely. Finally, in "Ways and Means," freeloaders Toby (Nigel Patrick) and Stella (Valerie Hobson) have mastered the art of overstaying their welcomes. Read More Read Less

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Clyde Gilmour Maclean's Magazine The format resembles the justly admired Somerset Maugham bundles from Britain, but falls considerably short of them in grace, wit, and cinematic vigor. Oct 21, 2019 Full Review Virginia Graham The Spectator This is the champagne to take away the taste of tea and kippers and it is most revivifying. Jun 19, 2018 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis This film is composed of three comedic shorts. In the first segment, "The Red Peppers," the married members of a vaudeville double act are at each other's throats. Next, in "Fumed Oak," a married man (Stanley Holloway) is so fed up with his controlling spouse and mother-in-law that he plans to skip town indefinitely. Finally, in "Ways and Means," freeloaders Toby (Nigel Patrick) and Stella (Valerie Hobson) have mastered the art of overstaying their welcomes.
Director
Anthony Pelissier
Genre
Comedy
Original Language
English
Runtime
1h 21m