Very important person [Study extract]

United Kingdom, 1961

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An extract from “Very Important Person”, directed by Ken Annakin. Features Farrow’s relations with other prisoners who suspect him of being a spy, his accidental discovery of the escape tunnel, and his encounter with the Camp Commandant on parade. Cast includes James Robertson Justice, Leslie Phillips, Stanley Baxter, Eric Sykes, Richard Wattis.

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production company

Rank Organisation Film Productions

Society for Education in Film and Television

co-producer

Julian Wintle

Leslie Parkyn

director

Ken Annakin

Duration

00:10:23:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1961

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