Hue and Cry

Hue and Cry
Hue and Cry

Year

1947

Duration

78 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Hue and Cry is one of the first of the famous comedies from Britain's iconic Ealing Studios. It was also the first to make use of post-war London exterior locations, showing a very distinctive view of the city that has now radically changed. The story follows a boy who becomes convinced that a big robbery is being planned out through the pages of a weekly comic. Having been dismissed by the police, he and his plucky chums set about trying to catch the culprits themselves...

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