The Sandwich Man (1966)

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A man with a sandwich-board (advert) wanders around London meeting many strange characters.


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  • Michael Bentine and Dora Bryan in The Sandwich Man (1966)
  • Diana Dors and Anna Quayle in The Sandwich Man (1966)
  • Michael Bentine and Harry H. Corbett in The Sandwich Man (1966)
  • Ian Hendry, Terry-Thomas, and Leon Thau in The Sandwich Man (1966)
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7 April 2016 | walker4-1
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| A lovely old English comedy
This is quite a strange and eccentric movie and parts of it will look very strange to modern audiences.

In particular, the racial stereotyping which nowadays will be regarded by many as 'politically incorrect' to say the least.

The humour is rather zany but you need to remember that Michael Bentine was a member of the Goons: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0298349/ which itself was rather surreal.

I think that this is a gem of English cinema.

It contains lots of old English character actors, most of whom are, sadly, no longer with us.

Most of the performances are of the 'cameo' type, lasting only a few minutes.

It is set in the Swinging Sixties and shows London at the time. Because London was like that (although not as eccentric!).

Many people nowadays will consider the movie to be 'lame' but it is enjoyable for those with an interest in social history and the actors of the time.

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