We're No Angels

We're No Angels
We're No Angels

Year

1955

Duration

106 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

It's almost Christmas - but for the "heroes" of We're No Angels, a traditional festive celebration seems a long way away. Instead, they're in the midst of escaping from the infamous penal colony of Devil's Island. Needing supplies and with the weather turning nasty, they end up taking refuge at a general store - and though they plan to rob the place and be gone by morning, they end up turning over a new leaf (for the most part) when they discover the sorry state of the owner and his family's lives. This wonderful comedy is a perfect example of old-school Hollywood film-making at its best.

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