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Passport To Pimlico [DVD] 
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The Ealing Studios classic now digitally restored!
"Loveably dotty, while still smartly caustic... the Ealing ethos at its very best" **** Empire
Ealing Studios' output from the 1940s and 1950s helped define what was arguably the golden age for British cinema. Written by Ealing regular T.E.B. Clarke, Passport to Pimlico was nominated
by BAFTA in the Best British Film category and stars Stanley Holloway, Hermione Baddeley, Margaret Rutherford and Paul Dupuis.
When an unexploded WWII bomb is unexpectedly detonated in Pimlico, it reveals a buried cellar full of treasures, including an ancient document proving that the area is in fact part of Burgundy, France and thus foreign territory. In an attempt to regain control, the British Government set up borders and cut off all services to the area, but the ‘Burgundians' are determined to fight back!
• Interview with BFI Curator Mark Duguid
• Locations Featurette with Film Historian Richard Dacre
• Behind the Scenes Stills Gallery • Restoration Comparison
• Restored Trailer
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This DVD version, however, comes with no insert of any kind. The box gives us the title of the film and a skeletal list of the principal actors, nothing more. No subtitles, no extras, no notes, no other information.
The most disappointing of all is the sound-track. Fuzzy and indistinct for much of the time, it takes one back to the flea-pit cinemas of the '50s or to a screening in the village hall.
What a shame.
The results are hilarious. The characters are brilliant. So very Ealing and so very British. For me the best British film ever!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really refreshing to watch this film, an enjoyable easy watch really is a step back in time. Funny and heart-warming, also reveals a lot about times as they were and differences... Read morePublished 1 month ago by KeelyJohnson