Passport to Pimlico quotes

Passport to Pimlico poster
Residents of a part of London declare independence when they discover an old treaty. This leads to the need for a "Passport to Pimlico".

Director: Henry Cornelius
Writer: T.E.B. Clarke
Production: Ealing Studios
Genre: comedy
Year: 1949
MetaScore: N/A/100
ImdbRating: 7.2
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 26 Oct 1949
Awards: Nominated for 1 Oscar. 2 nominations total


7 Clips & Quotes

Cast

Arthur Pemberton - Stanley Holloway
Connie Pemberton - Betty Warren
Shirley Pemberton - Barbara Murray
Duke of Burgundy - Paul Dupuis
Frank Huggins - John Slater
Molly - Jane Hylton
Mr. Wix - Raymond Huntley
P.C.Spiller - Philip Stainton
Benny Spiller - Roy Carr
Fred Cowan - Sydney Tafler
Mrs. Cowan - Nancy Gabrielle
Monty Cowan - Malcolm Knight
Edie Randall - Hermione Baddeley
Charlie Randall - Roy Gladdish
Garland - Frederick Piper
Bert Fitch - Charles Hawtrey
Professor Hatton-Jones - Margaret Rutherford
Coroner - Stuart Lindsell
Straker - Naunton Wayne
Bagshawe - Gilbert Davis
Bashford - Michael Hordern
Bassett - Arthur Howard
Captain Willow - Bill Shine
Sergeant - Harry Locke
Sapper - Sam Kydd
Dave Parsons - Joey Carr
Fawcett - Lloyd Pearson
Customs Official - Arthur Denton
Bus Conductor - Tommy Godfrey
Commissionaire - James Hayter
Conjurer - Masoni
Pompous Woman - Grace Arnold
Central European - Paul Demel
Man in Crowd - Hyma Beckley
Tube Train Passenger - Paul Beradi
Man on Tube Train - Eddie Boyce
Boy on Bicycle - Michael Brailsford
Man Eating Jellied Eels - Jimmy Charters
Man in Crowd - Michael Corcoran
Newsreel Commentator - E.V.H. Emmett
Street trader - Stanley Escane
Man in Crowd - Roy Everson
Man in Crowd - Fred Haggerty
Night-time Drunk on Bike - Richard Hearne
Tough Man on Underground Train - Arthur Lovegrove
Man in Pub - Jim O'Brady
Minor Role - John Owers
Radio Announcer - Frank Phillips
Child at bus stop - Geremy Phillips
Man in Cinema - Reg Thomason