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1 hr. 38 min.

Plot Summary
During World War II, British scientist Sir Ernest Pease (James Robertson Justice) is helping the Allies with his groundbreaking inventions, but a trial flight with his new radar system goes awry. Although he parachutes to safety, he does so over Germany and is promptly placed in a POW camp with other Brits. When they learn that Sir Ernest is a vital player in the war effort, they devise a daring escape plan that involves inmate Everett (Stanley Baxter) impersonating the camp's commandant.

Cast: James Robertson Justice , Leslie Phillips , Stanley Baxter , Eric Sykes , Richard Wattis , Godfrey Winn , Norman Bird , Jeremy Lloyd

Director: Ken Annakin

Genres: Comedy

A Very Important Person (1961)

Release Date: January 1st, 1961|1 hr. 38 min.

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