Not Now, Comrade

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Comedy

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Time Out says

Or ever. Leslie Phillips capers as one Rimmington of the Defence Ministry (in naval beard and yellow Bentley), hot on the trail of defecting Russian ballet dancer Fiander, the KGB who're tailing him, and accompanying stripper Hawkins whose purpose seems to be to add a whiff of titillation. From the darkest days of British cinema, a farrago which began life as Cooney's Whitehall farce, Chase Me, Comrade.
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UK release:

1976

Duration:

90 mins

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Jorven Seren

This is the funniest film i have ever seen, and the cast was littered with familier faces. Its nice to know they can make a film with NO bad language and NO violence,which can be so very funny, which makes me ask a question, why is it never shown on the television? Does good clean fun mean nothing now in todays society, if so...thats a real shame. This film is well worth seeing.

Jorven Seren

This is the funniest film i have ever seen, and the cast was littered with familier faces. Its nice to know they can make a film with NO bad language and NO violence,which can be so very funny, which makes me ask a question, why is it never shown on the television? Does good clean fun mean nothing now in todays society, if so...thats a real shame. This film is well worth seeing.

Jorven Seren

To me this was the funniest film i have ever seen. Makes a nice change for a film to be funny with no bad language. Fantastic

Jorven Seren

To me this was the funniest film i have ever seen. Makes a nice change for a film to be funny with no bad language. Fantastic