Dan rushes back to the almshouse just in time. The top will receive a visit from the Prime Minister. Location filming. Bill Jordan goes out on a date with Peggy Stebbins and, at her insistence, kisses her. [2], Learn how and when to remove this template message, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Time_Gentlemen,_Please!&oldid=986748866, Articles needing additional references from August 2009, All articles needing additional references, Pages using infobox film with unknown empty parameters, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Associated British Film Distributors (UK), Helen Boursnell as P.C. The new candidates are all elected, displacing the previous councillors. [1] Home media. Then he quickly drives over to Sally's lodgings and, without a word, kisses her, but when he admits Peggy put the idea into his head, Sally becomes annoyed and slams the door on him. In 2007, Time Gentlemen, Please! Dan is uninterested at first, but soon decides he will, and he is joined by Bill Jordan, Spink and Mary Wade, the shopkeeper who now employs Sally. Production Company: Group 3. was given a DVD release as part of the Long Lost Comedy Classics collection. Date: 1952. The pub is always referred to as the "pub b… When Dan refuses, Hace schemes to make Dan late for the daily 9.00pm closing of the almshouse gates, which would disqualify him, enlisting Miss Mouncey to help distract Dan, but Dan gets Miss Mouncey drunk and she blurts out the plot. Time Gentlemen, Please! Thaxted, Essex, UK – Time Gentlemen Please - Movie Locations on Waymarking.com The missing "0.1%" is Irishman Daniel "Dan" Dance, who is a homeless person but well-liked by most of the residents. Dan, as the only inmate, is entitled to £20 a day. Approved | 1h 19min | Comedy | 2 September 1953 (USA) Because of its high productivity and "almost" 100 per cent employment, the village of Little Hayhoe, England is expecting a visit from the Prime Minister. | Critical reception. Release Dates Official Sites Vicar Reverend Simpson informs the Crouches, the custodians, that the regulations are to be strictly enforced, even though they are 400 years old. (1952) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. But he also adds a hand-painted sign of a cow with Miss Jackson's face. as one of "the most attractive British 'B' films, noting that "it has the advantage of an amusing screenplay ... a central character engaging enough in concept and execution to hold the narrative together, and one of those prodigally rich casts of British character actors ... which can make much worse films than this enjoyable". Director: Lewis Gilbert. When Dan leaves the pub without paying his bill, the landlord and councillor Eric Hace reports Dan to the village's only policeman, Police Constable Tumball, who arrests Dan. He announces that now that he has disqualified himself, the money can go to more worthy causes and the almshouses will be converted to a day nursery for the workers' children. To get Dan to leave the almshouse, Sir Digby offers him a very easy job, though with a much smaller salary. Location (s): Essex. Dan rushes back to the almshouse at 9.00, where he exacts revenge on the Crouches and then heads back to the festivities. Apart from occasional scene location within the bar (not critical to the plot) the title of the film (a phrase used at closing time in British bars) is not explained. He discovers that the rents for the extensive lands indicated on a map are supposed to go to the upkeep of the almshouses, with any remainder distributed between the inmates daily.