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This review is from: Laxdale Hall / The Glen is Ours [DVD] [1953/1946] (DVD)Very much in the style of an Ealing comedy Laxdale Hall whilst no Whisky galore is as enjoyable an effort as some of the later Ealing films (such as The Maggie.)
Based around the efforts of a remote Scottish community to get the road linking them to the outside world repaired it contains a cast of actors familiar to anyone who has watched British films from the 1950`s.(Although anyone who only knows Prunella Scales and Fulton MacKay from their 1970`s roles in Fawlty Towers and Porridge might be suprised to find them as the love interest in this film.)
All in all an enjoyable wet afternoon film which has been transfered from a fairly good quality print.