Bottoms Up




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August 15, 2020 at 01:47 PM



Richard Briers as Colbourne
Martita Hunt as Lady Gore-Willoughby
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805.12 MB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 27 min
P/S 42 / 99
1.46 GB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 27 min
P/S 56 / 142

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Len-19 10 / 10

Underrated British comedy film,with a fine performance by Jimmy Edwards.

Sadly neglected, this film proves to be one of the best of British comedies, with a superb script by Muir and Norden,based on their hit TV series "Whacko", that produces endless laughs from fine comic performances from Jimmy Edwards as the rascally headmaster ,from Arthur Howard as the put-upon "Mr Pettigrew" and from the rest of the supporting cast of British character actors and actresses. The battle by the headmaster to wring money out of the finances at Chiselbury School for his own hedonistic ends and at the same time bully,connive and cheat the pupils led by the wily "Wendover" gives rise to some classic comedy situations exploited to the full by the script and rich comic talents of Jimmy Edwards, who was born to play the outrageous headmaster. This film is home-grown British comedy at its best and is better than "The Belles of St.Trinian's" and "The Happiest Days of Your Life", other excellent comedy films based on school-life. Most films made from successful TV comedies have proven to be great disappointments, this film is the exception.

Reviewed by dreamwriterx1 10 / 10

The film 'Bottoms Up'

What a great old classic this is! Today's filmmakers and actors could learn so much from viewing such a masterpiece. Not a special effect in site and yet great family fun. Political correctness wasn't invented in 1959 and so Professor Jim drinks and smokes his cigars throughout the film. Bottoms are presented for caning (although Jim never actually canes anything other than a cushion and the deputy headmaster). This film seems to be making a comeback as it appears frequently on ebay. A great pity that the episodes of Whacko! have been lost. If anyone fancies an hour and a half of good, honest fun - they could do worse than obtain this wonderful classic.

Reviewed by aangus999 10 / 10

This movie excellent

I would like to know why such a good film never gets put on the television anymore. It was a good old classic comedy and if anyone from the BBC sees this perhaps they would show it for us all again to watch instead of seeing the other movies time and time again. come on please help us to have it shown again.

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