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Meet Mr. Lucifer

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Meet Mr. Lucifer
Meet Mr. Lucifer.jpg
Screenshot showing actor Jack Watling
Directed byAnthony Pelissier
Written byMonja Danischewsky (scriptwriter)
additional dialogue by Peter Myers and Alec Grahame
Produced byMonja Danischewsky
StarringStanley Holloway
Peggy Cummins
Jack Watling
CinematographyDesmond Dickinson
Edited byBernard Gribble
Music byEric Rogers
Production
company
Distributed byGeneral Film Distributors
Release date
26 November 1953[1]
Running time
83 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

Meet Mr. Lucifer is a black-and-white British comedy satire film released in 1953 starring Stanley Holloway. It was filmed at Ealing Studios, London, and is one of the Ealing comedies. The film is based on the play Beggar My Neighbour by Arnold Ridley (who later played Private Godfrey in the BBC television comedy series Dad's Army).[2] The film opened on 26 November 1953 at the Haymarket Gaumont cinema in London.[1]

The overall scenario is that a television set makes people act out of character, with visible encouragement from the Devil in human form.

Plot

When Mr Pedelty leaves his firm, he is given a television set as a retirement present. At first, he enjoys all the attention from his neighbours, but soon the attraction wears off, and he sells it on to a young married couple the Nortons, living in the flat above him. They soon encounter the same problems, and again the set is passed on to several different characters all with the same results.

The set passes to the chemist Hector McPhee who falls in love with "The Lonely Hearts Singer" on a television programme. At first he has the same dour character as his maiden aunt, Miss MacPherson. At first, the set improves his character, but as his obsession grows, he becomes increasingly angry at any interruption.

Cast

References

  1. ^ a b "Barbara Murray". Art & Hue. 2019. Retrieved 24 April 2019.
  2. ^ "Meet Mr. Lucifer". Britmovie.co.uk. Archived from the original on 15 October 2011. Retrieved 8 January 2008.

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