Women Aren't Angels DVD

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Boasting a classic comedy cast Women Aren t Angels reunites legendary Aldwych Theatre farceurs Robertson Hare and Alfred Drayton as a couple of music publishers who find themselves unwittingly embroiled in an espionage adventure. This exuberant wartime comedy long unseen and never previously released in any format is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Alfred Bandle and Wilmer Popday are partners in business and somewhat timorously on Popday's part in pleasure. When their wives join... the A.T.S. the men are left unattended and dangerously bored. The trouble starts when Bandle is late for an end-of-leave party after giving a girlfriend a lift; Popday promises the wives he ll restrain his wayward friend when they return to duty but Bandle evidently thinks otherwise... SPECIAL FEATURES: [] Image Gallery [show more]

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Released
21 July 2014
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82 minutes 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play.  Boasting a classic comedy cast, Women Aren t Angels reunites legendary Aldwych Theatre farceurs Robertson Hare and Alfred Drayton as a couple of music publishers who find themselves unwittingly embroiled in an espionage adventure. This exuberant wartime comedy, long unseen and never previously released in any format, is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Alfred Bandle and Wilmer Popday are partners in business and, somewhat timorously on Popday's part, in pleasure. When their wives join the A.T.S., the men are left unattended and dangerously bored. The trouble starts when Bandle is late for an end-of-leave party after giving a girlfriend a lift; Popday promises the wives he ll restrain his wayward friend when they return to duty, but Bandle evidently thinks otherwise...

Lawrence Huntington directs this 1940s British comedy starring the popular farce actors Robertson Hare and Alfred Drayton. Filmed and set during the war, the movie tracks the adventures of Alfred Bandle (Drayton) and Wilmer Popday (Hare), who run a business together and socialise in their free time. However, while Bandle is very much a lover of life and displays a carefree attitude as he seeks pleasure where he can find it, Popday is usually too worried about his wife finding out about his escapades to enjoy himself. How will the pair cope when they find themselves involved in the activities of a spy ring?

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