Who Goes There? DVD


United they staggered, divided they fell...Valerie Hobson, George Cole and Peggy Cummins are among the stars of this ebullient, cleverly plotted farcical comedy. Adapting the stage play by John Dighton the double-Oscar-nominated playwright and screenwriter whose credits include Kind Hearts and Coronets and Roman Holiday Who Goes There! (retitled The Passionate Sentry on its American release) is featured in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its original theatrical aspect ratio.When Miles Cornwall returns to his home in a grace-and-favour house... in St. James's Palace, he finds a pretty Irish girl in his favourite armchair. And so begins a series of highly amusing romantic adventures, which can only be resolved when everyone has the partner whom he or she deserves!SPECIAL FEATURES: Image Gallery Memorabilia PDF [show more]

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07 March 2016
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Farcical comedy from film-maker Anthony Kimmins starring Nigel Patrick, Valerie Hobson and George Cole. When Sir Hubert Cornwall (A.E. Matthews), a retired general living in one of the residences in St. James's Palace in London, goes on an excursion with his son Miles (Patrick) and daughter Alex (Hobson), one of the guards, Arthur Crisp (Cole), uses Cornwall's home to hide his sick girlfriend Christina (Peggy Cummins). When Miles returns earlier than expected and discovers Christina in his father's home, he at first suspects she is a burglar. After she reveals her identity, however, he falls madly in love with her and an awkward love triangle ensues...

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