Bank Holiday

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Movie Info

A minor effort from a major director, Bank Holiday is little more than a series of anecdotes involving middle-class Brightoners on holiday. Margaret Lockwood and Hugh Williams played the largest roles, as a couple who find love during their one-day respite from work. Comic relief (which in this film is superior to the straight plotting) is provided by several reliable character actors, notably Wilfred Lawson as an officious constable. The film's major purpose is to poke gentle fun at the foibles of the working class, and as such it doesn't amuse as much as it did back in 1938. Bank Holiday was released in the U.S. as Three on a Weekend.

Cast

Margaret Lockwood
as Catherine Lawrence
John Lodge
as Stephen Howard
Hugh Williams
as Geoffrey
Renee Ray
as Doreen Richards
René Ray
as Doreen Richards
Linden Travers
as Ann Howard
Garry Marsh
as Manager
Jeanne Stuart
as Miss Mayfair
Wilfrid Lawson
as Police Sergeant
Felix Aylmer
as Surgeon
Alf Goddard
as Tough Man on Beach
Michael Rennie
as Guardsman
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