The unique Will Hay,
This review is from: The Will Hay Collection [DVD]  (DVD)I re-discovered Will Hay on DVD some 4 years ago and have all the discs that are on that medium. Apart from five, In my opinion there is some gem or gems, in all of them. The interaction between Albert(the fat boy) and Jeremiah(the old 'un)is remarkable, and they are as competent as Hay in their roles. A wonderful gift of timing, an expressive face and an intelligence that is not displayed in his films, contribute to one of our great movie comics. No less a comic than Ronnie Barker loved his stuff. IMO Ask a Policeman; O Mr Porter;, Windbag the Sailor; My Learned Friend; Ghost of St Michaels; Convict 99 and Black Sheep of Whiteall are the best. Buy and enjoy.
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Initial post: 7 Jan 2011 20:52:14 GMT
JJA Kiefte says:
Whiteall? Is that near Aymarket?
Posted on 7 Jan 2011 20:59:42 GMT
Last edited by the author on 7 Jan 2011 21:02:07 GMT
Peter K. Day says:
You are a pedantic, argumentative prat. There's always one. If you can't send a constructive comment then don't criticize over 1 spelling mistake. You are after me because I dared to criticize your comment on Adre Rieu some months ago, so seek every comment of mine even posted before then, to achieve some sort of sad satisfaction.
In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jan 2011 18:54:15 GMT
Last edited by the author on 17 Mar 2011 20:36:16 GMT
JJA Kiefte says:
Oh dear, then this might be just the kind of reaction I had been hoping for, don't you think?
And whose/who'se/who's "Adre" by the way?
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