Genevieve

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Comedy

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Time Out says

Everyone seems to remember this gentle comedy - about two couples entering the London to Brighton veteran car race, and indulging in friendly rivalry - with great affection. But with the exception of the delectable Kay Kendall, gorgeously belting out jazz on the trumpet, it just isn't very funny any more; and Larry Adler's whining harmonica score only makes things worse.
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Release details

UK release:

1953

Duration:

86 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Henry Cornelius

Cast:

Geoffrey Keen, Kenneth More, Kay Kendall, John Gregson, Dinah Sheridan, Joyce Grenfell

Music:

Larry Adler

Art Director:

Michael Stringer

Editor:

Clive Donner

Cinematography:

Christopher Challis

Screenwriter:

William Rose

Producer:

Henry Cornelius

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JonP

It's the story of the little guy against the arrogant guy, it's a story of the long suffering wifes of obsesive men, it's the story of the battle against adversity...it's got so much in for such a gentle soul lightening film. Also it gives a great taste of English middle class life back then, and a scenic snap shot of B-road Britain.

JonP

It's the story of the little guy against the arrogant guy, it's a story of the long suffering wifes of obsesive men, it's the story of the battle against adversity...it's got so much in for such a gentle soul lightening film. Also it gives a great taste of English middle class life back then, and a scenic snap shot of B-road Britain.