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Further up the Creek!

Overview

This hastily assembled sequel to the popular British service farce Up the Creek finds David Tomlinson returning in the role of Lt. Fairweather, skipper of the not-so-good ship Aristotle. This time, however, Fairweather's enterprisingly larcenous bos'un is played not by Peter Sellers but by music-hall favorite Frankie Howerd. The plot finds the Aristotle being sold to a mythical middle-eastern country. Assigned to deliver the vessel to its new owners, Fairweather discovers that his faithful bos'un has once again ...
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Overview

This hastily assembled sequel to the popular British service farce Up the Creek finds David Tomlinson returning in the role of Lt. Fairweather, skipper of the not-so-good ship Aristotle. This time, however, Fairweather's enterprisingly larcenous bos'un is played not by Peter Sellers but by music-hall favorite Frankie Howerd. The plot finds the Aristotle being sold to a mythical middle-eastern country. Assigned to deliver the vessel to its new owners, Fairweather discovers that his faithful bos'un has once again sold tickets to passengers, in direct violation of regulations. The resulting comic complications are as predictable as they are hilarious.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/5/2009
  • UPC: 018619219324
  • Original Release: 1958
  • Source: Wham! Usa
  • Region Code: 0
  • Time: 1:31:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 75,248

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
David Tomlinson Lt. Fairweather
Shirley Eaton Jane
Thora Hird Mrs. Galloway
Lionel Jeffries Steady Barker
Lionel Murton Perkins
Sam Kydd Bates
John Warren Cooky
David Lodge Scouse
Ian Whittaker Lofty
Esma Cannon Maudie
Tom Gill Phillipe
Jack LeWhite Kentoni Brother
Marie Wilson 1st Model
Eric Pohlmann President
Michael Goodliffe Lt. Commander
Wolfe Morris Algeroccan Major
Jonathan Singer Dispatch Rider
Larry Noble Postman
Ballard Berkeley Whacker Payne
Judith Furse Chief Wren
Michael Ripper Ticket Collector
Joe Gibbons Taxi Driver
Victor Brooks Policeman
Cavan Malone Signalman
Basil Dignam Flagship Commander
John Stuart Admiral
Patrick Holt First Lieutenant
George Herbert Algeroccan Officer
Charles Lloyd Pack El Diabolo
Walter Hudd British Consul
John Hall Sea Scout
Frankie Howerd Bos'n
Desmond Llewelyn Chief Yeoman
Amy Dalby Edie
Technical Credits
Val Guest Director, Screenwriter
Stanley Black Score Composer
Gerald Gibbs Cinematographer
Henry Halstead Producer
Len Harris Cinematographer
Len Heath Screenwriter
Bill Lenny Editor
John Warren Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Further Up the Creek
1. Aristotle [11:23]
2. Fairweather [6:38]
3. Transport [4:38]
4. Arrival [6:56]
5. Crew [6:04]
6. Drunk [7:56]
7. Posted [6:30]
8. Jane [7:20]
9. Can Overboard [7:46]
10. Advert [9:42]
11. Flagship [7:14]
12. Algerocco [4:48]
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Disc #1 -- Further Up the Creek
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