Brandy for the Parson (1952)

Not Recommended
John Eldridge's Brandy for the Parson is a gentle, seldom amusing rural/maritime farce, with few redeeming qualities.


"British comedy about a young couple who accidentally get involved in brandy smuggling. Bill Harper (James Donald) and Petronilla Brand (Jean Lodge) are on a yachting holiday together when they meet Tony Rackham (Kenneth More), who is smuggling brandy from France to a wine merchants in London. Through a series of mishaps and misadventures, Bill and Petronilla find themselves responsible for transporting the brandy kegs to London, whilst being doggedly pursued officials from Customs and Excise." Slam Dunk Media

File under: 1952, USAJohn Eldridge, Walter Meade, John Dighton, Geoffrey Household