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Comedy, Short Films
This charming film from the BFI Children’s Film Foundation's London Tales collection sees a gang of four well-meaning but slightly hapless kids from England's capital trying to build a rabbit hutch. Messing around in a shed the gang accidently break a new saw so hatch a plan to raise enough money to buy a new one before their dad gets home. The series of jobs and schemes they pursue don’t always exactly go to plan but the gang stick together and find themselves on exciting trip across 1950s London.
A delightfully daft plot sees the lovable buffoons playing mousetrap salesman who set up business in Switzerland.
All ages 65 mins
Comedy from Britain's famous Ealing Studios about a boy who's convinced a big robbery is being planned through the pages of a weekly comic.
7+ years 78 mins
Memorable film about a boy growing up in a working-class area of London after World War Two, who becomes obsessed with a fable he hears.
7+ years 90 mins
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