Approved | | Adventure, Comedy, Crime
The Huggett family go to a holiday camp, and get involved in crooked card players, a murderer on the run, and a pregnant young girl and her boyfriend missing from home.
This movie became the sixth biggest hit at the 1947 U.K. box-office, according to the Irish Times. It made a profit of sixteen thousand pounds sterling (six hundred thirty-eight thousand four hundred pounds sterling in 2018) according to studio records.
If I'd have gone to my old Dad and told him I'd lost 19 quid, he'd have tanned the hide off of me!
At the dinner when the card sharps talk the Huggetts' son into coming back to their chalet for a game of cards, they ask him if he knows how to play poker, yet when he turns up later they immediately stay playing pontoon.
Opening credits of the film appear in the turning pages of a book.
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