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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Brandy for the Parson (1952) DVD-R

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Starring James Donald, Kenneth More, Jean Lodge, Frederick Piper, Charles Hawtrey

Directed by John Eldridge



Print: black/white

Runtime: 75 min.

Genre: comedy

Print quality: B



 


Bill Harper and Petronilla Brand are a young couple that, through a series of mishaps and accidents, get unintentionally involved in a brandy-smuggling (from France) racket. Because of an accidental sinking of Tony Rackham's boat, Bill and Patricia take him across the Channel on their boat which, to their dismay, is soon filled with several kegs of brandy. It then evolves into a series of intentional and unintentional dodges trying to evade the Customs officials.

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Starring James Donald, Kenneth More, Jean Lodge, Frederick Piper, Charles Hawtrey
Directed by John Eldridge

Print: black/white
Runtime: 75 min.
Genre: comedy
Print quality: B

 

Bill Harper and Petronilla Brand are a young couple that, through a series of mishaps and accidents, get unintentionally involved in a brandy-smuggling (from France) racket. Because of an accidental sinking of Tony Rackham's boat, Bill and Patricia take him across the Channel on their boat which, to their dismay, is soon filled with several kegs of brandy. It then evolves into a series of intentional and unintentional dodges trying to evade the Customs officials.

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