Fast and Loose (1954 film)
Fast and Loose is a 1954 British comedy film directed by Gordon Parry and starring Stanley Holloway, Kay Kendall and Brian Reece. It was based on the play A Cuckoo in the Nest by Ben Travers, the first of his Aldwych farces, which had previously been adapted as a 1933 film of the same title.
|Fast and Loose|
British poster by Eric Pulford
|Directed by||Gordon Parry|
|Produced by||Teddy Baird|
|Based on||A Cuckoo in the Nest (play)|
by Ben Travers
|Music by||Philip Green|
|Edited by||Frederick Wilson|
Group Film Productions Limited
|Distributed by||General Film Distributors|
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An unmarried couple are forced to adopt a series of pretexts when they stay at a country inn together with only one spare room.
- Stanley Holloway as Major George Crabb
- Kay Kendall as Carol Hankin
- Brian Reece as Peter Wickham
- Charles Victor as Lumper
- June Thorburn as Barbara 'Babsie' Wickham
- Reginald Beckwith as Reverend Tripp-Johnson
- Vida Hope as Gladys
- Joan Young as Mrs. Gullett, Inn Manageress
- Fabia Drake as Mrs Crabb
- Dora Bryan as Mary Rawlings, the maid
- Aubrey Mather as Noony
- Toke Townley as Alfred
- Alexander Gauge as Hankin
- Eliot Makeham as Railway porter
- John Warren as Chauffeur
- "BFI | Film & TV Database | FAST AND LOOSE (1954)". Ftvdb.bfi.org.uk. 16 April 2009. Retrieved 6 April 2014.
- "Fast And Loose Review". Movies.tvguide.com. Retrieved 6 April 2014.