Meet Me Tonight (Tonight at 8:30) (1952)





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Meet Me Tonight was the American title for the British-filmed Tonight at 8:30, adapted from the Noel Coward stage production of the same name. Several rotating playlets were presented in the original Tonight at 8:30, most of them starring Coward and Gertrude Lawrence. The film version utilizes three of these short plays. "The Red Peppers" stars Kay Walsh and George Pepper as a brash music-hall team (their big number is "Has Anybody Seen our Ship") on the verge of splitting up. "Fumed Oak" stars Stanley Holloway as a man finagled into marriage by a domineering woman (Betty Ann Davies). And "Ways and Means" stars Valerie Hobson and Nigel Patrick as a pair of impoverished "professional guests" who have worn out the welcome of every wealthy host in Europe. Meet Me Tonight was given its American TV premiere on the ABC network in November of 1956, at which time its original title was restored. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Classics , Comedy
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Kay Walsh
as Lily Pepper [Red Peppers]
Ted Ray
as George Pepper [Red Peppers]
Martita Hunt
as Mabel Grace [Red Peppers]
Frank Pettingell
as Mr. Edwards [Red Peppers]
Bill Fraser
as Bert Bentley [Red Peppers]
Stanley Holloway
as Henry Gow [Fumed Oak]
Betty Ann Davies
as Doris Gow [Fumed Oak]
Mary Merrall
as Grandma Rockett [Fumed Oak]
Dorothy Gordon
as Elsie [Fumed Oak]
Valerie Hobson
as Stella Cartwright
Nigel Patrick
as Toby Cartwright
Jack Warner
as Murdoch
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