No Limit

No Limit
No Limit

Year

1935

Duration

77 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Sport

Language

English

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Synopsis

George Shuttleworth, a charismatic chimney sweep from Wigan, dreams everyday of riding in the Isle of Man TT, the most prestigious motorcycle race in the world. His far-fetched ambition becomes a sudden reality when he scrapes together enough money to journey to the Irish Sea island. George triumphs in the qualification rounds and smashes the lap record when the breaks fail on his clapped-out motorbike, but he must soon contend with Dastardly and Muttley-style underhand tactics from jealous rivals. Starring the ukulele-strumming George Formby at the handlebars – a major figure on stage and screen in the 1930s - this is a riotous British comedy with delightfully cranky special effects.

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