Did you know Kenneth Tynan was an English theatre critic and writer from back in the day, who had a very pronounced and slithery way about him? In fact, his characteristics were so pronounced, that Alex Guinness imitated him in this film directed by Alexander Mackendrick, and Starring Alex his good self, plus Peter Sellers, Cecil Parker, Danny Green and Herbert Lom. It was made in 1955 and lasted for whole 91 minutes.
However, how were they supposed to know that she'd also stumble on their scheme when they then try to get away as well?
Still, that's age for you, isn't it? When you're young you are confused about things. But when you are older, you can appreciate that this film is a magical piece of movie making, and is as good as any of the cr*p that they churn out today. Honest to Godfrey! When I finished watching this flick recently, a tear ran down my face because deep down inside me I knew that many of the people in this piece are no longer with us. Moreover, I can say the same thing about story-telling and simplicity to boot.
On A Side Note: This review Is dedicated to the cast of this gilm. In memory of Peter, Herbert, Cecil, Danny, and Alastair... err... I mean Alex. You will never be forgotten.