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San Ferry Ann
San Ferry Ann (1965 film).jpg
Opening title card
Directed byJeremy Summers
Produced byBob Kellett
Screenplay byBob Kellett
StarringWilfrid Brambell
Barbara Windsor
Joan Sims
David Lodge
Graham Stark
Music byBurnell Whibley
CinematographyBilly Williams
Edited byAlbert J. Gell
Distributed byBritish Lion (UK)
Digital Classics DVD
Release date
  • 1965 (1965)
Running time
55 min.
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

San Ferry Ann is a 1965 British sound effect comedy.[1][2] Wordlessly, with soundtrack and sound effects, it tells the story of a holiday crossing from Dover to Calais.[3][4]

Synopsis

A motley crew of British characters ride the San Ferry Ann to the shores of France where they embark on a weekend of calamity.

A campervan family led by Dad and Mum (David Lodge and Joan Sims) create chaos from the moment they set their tyres on the shore resulting in frequent run-ins with the Gendarmerie. Lewd Grandad (Wilfrid Brambell) finds his own misadventures with a newly acquainted friend, a crazy German ex-soldier (Ron Moody).

Also aboard for the ride is a saucy hitchhiker (Barbara Windsor), who causes a few heads to turn including that of a fellow traveller (Ronnie Stevens) who pursues her affection with comic results.

Cast

References

  1. ^ "San Ferry Ann (1965)".
  2. ^ "San Ferry Ann".
  3. ^ Hayward, Anthony (26 December 2016). "Jeremy Summers obituary" – via www.theguardian.com.
  4. ^ "San Ferry Ann (1965)".

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