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

Cardboard Cavalier (1949) DVD-R

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Quick Overview

Starring Sid Field, Margaret Lockwood, Jerry Desmonde, Jack

McNaughton, Brian Worth

Directed by Walter Forde



Print: black/white

Runtime: 96 min.

Genre: comedy

Print Quality: B



Veteran British music hall favorite Sid Field made his second and last film

appearance in Cardboard Cavalier. Set during the 17th-century British

Civil War, the film stars Field as vegetable vendor Sidcup Butterfield. Our

hero is dragooned into delivering important documents on behalf of the

anti-Cromwell forces. Somehow he winds up in the court of King Charles

II (Anthony Hulme) and finds himself wooing royal courtesan Nell Gwynne

(Margaret Lockwood). Nothing is sacred in this historical burlesque,

which even manages to work a little pie-throwing into the proceedings.

One of the scripters is Noel Langley, who in 1939 contributed to the

screenplay of The Wizard of Oz.

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Starring Sid Field, Margaret Lockwood, Jerry Desmonde, Jack
McNaughton, Brian Worth
Directed by Walter Forde

Print: black/white
Runtime: 96 min.
Genre: comedy
Print Quality: D (Once scene unviewable) Overall quality: B

Veteran British music hall favorite Sid Field made his second and last film
appearance in Cardboard Cavalier. Set during the 17th-century British
Civil War, the film stars Field as vegetable vendor Sidcup Butterfield. Our
hero is dragooned into delivering important documents on behalf of the
anti-Cromwell forces. Somehow he winds up in the court of King Charles
II (Anthony Hulme) and finds himself wooing royal courtesan Nell Gwynne
(Margaret Lockwood). Nothing is sacred in this historical burlesque,
which even manages to work a little pie-throwing into the proceedings.
One of the scripters is Noel Langley, who in 1939 contributed to the
screenplay of The Wizard of Oz.

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