Review: Passport to Pimlico (1949)

The Ealing brand is well known for its comedy output in the late 1940s and early 1950s, but 1949 was a particularly golden year even by their standards: in addition to PASSPORT TO PIMLICO, the studio released WHISKY GALORE! and possibly the most brilliant of them all, KIND HEARTS AND CORONETS. PIMLICO falls a notch or so beneath these two, but still ranks among the finest comedies ever to be made on these shores.

Full review: Passport to Pimlico | TAKE ONE

Published by Gavin Midgley

Freelance film journalist, blogger and geek.

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