Sunstruck (1972)

  |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Stanley Evans is a Welsh teacher who heads to Austalia after an unsuccessful romance. Yearning for the good old days when he was a choral director in Wales, Secombe organizes his Aussie ... See full summary »


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17 October 2006 | leslie-sharpe
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As a member of the Choir from Wales who sang on the film in Welsh and Australian I would like to say how naturally funny Harry was. He kept everyone laughing and was a pleasure to be with. The film was a family film which did not get the coverage it deserved outside Australia. The fact that part of the film was filmed in a school in Wales was not included in many summaries is an oversight. However, the concept was sound and reflected the fact that many Welsh people became teachers to escape the Valleys. These welsh teachers travelled throughout the world and carried the love of music outside the welsh valleys. The Humour of Harry and the goons is timeless and builds upon the English pun and cleverness with language. Harry and the goons explored the use of many bizarre characters but unusually in this film he played a straight part which showed he was a very capable actor as well.

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