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A Warm Corner (September 30, 1930)

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A warm corner
 

Released on September 30, 1930: A group of people who meet at a holiday resort in Italy all wind up at the Corner Mansion in England and discover that everyone on holiday was pretending to be something other than they were.

Produced by Michael Balcon

Directed by Victor Saville

The Actors: Leslie Henson (Mr. Charlie Corner, aka Pickles), Heather Thatcher (Mimi), Austin Melford (Peter Price), Connie Ediss (Mrs. Corner), Toni Edgar-Bruce (Lady Bayswater), Alfred Wellesley (Mr. Thomas 'Tubby' Turner), Kim Peacock (Count Toscani), Belle Chrystall (Peggy Corner), George De Warfaz (Count Pasetti), Harry Crocker (Joseph)

 
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Who is Pickles? . . .

So our group of wealthy Brits are on holiday at the Lido di Venezia in Italy and the romantic romp gets confusing right from the get-go. We start with two older men who live near each other in England, Tubby Turner and Cornplaster Corner. Tubby Turner has a nephew Peter and he wants his nephew Peter to meet and marry Corner's daughter Peggy . . . But Peter is already secretly married to Mimi . . . So Tubby suggests that Corner go after Mimi to free his nephew up for Peggy . . . Now Corner is already married with an adult daughter, but he gladly goes after young Mimi. And then there is Suzy Potts, Tubby's first . . . ahh . . . . his first barmaid. She is now Lady Bayswater, who earns a living by hooking up Italian boys pretending to be royalty with wealthy British girls looking to move to the upper crust . . . Sheesh, I'm confused myself even as I try to explain . . . but don't worry, it is easier to fit the pieces together as you watch even if it is a bit confusing to explain. Just look at some of the screen shots below and see if you aren't tempted to watch the movie just to find out what caused some of the expressions in this very 'adult' comedy. This is a British comedy, and there never was a censoring body in England that compared to the Hays Office in the U.S., so the humor is very adult, and the barely disguised double entendre comments fly fast and furious around the gut-splitting humor surrounding a group of people who are all trying to be something other than what they are. If you are ready for a good laugh, pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Heather Thatcher, Leslie Henson and Alfred Wellesley
Heather Thatcher, Leslie Henson and Alfred Wellesley
Heather Thatcher
Heather Thatcher
Leslie Henson
Leslie Henson
Alfred Wellesley and Leslie Henson
Alfred Wellesley and Leslie Henson
Alfred Wellesley whispers to Leslie Henson
Alfred Wellesley whispers to Leslie Henson
Alfred Wellesley
Alfred Wellesley
Austin Melford
Austin Melford
Austin Melford and Heather Thatcher
Austin Melford and Heather Thatcher
Austin Melford and Heather Thatcher
Austin Melford and Heather Thatcher
Austin Melford
Austin Melford
Belle Chrystall and Austin Melford
Belle Chrystall and Austin Melford
Belle Chrystall, Kim Peacock and Connie Ediss
Belle Chrystall, Kim Peacock and Connie Ediss
Belle Chrystall and Kim Peacock
Belle Chrystall and Kim Peacock
Belle Chrystall
Belle Chrystall
Connie Ediss meets Kim Peacock
Connie Ediss meets Kim Peacock
Heather Thatcher and Austin Melford
Heather Thatcher and Austin Melford
Heather Thatcher, Leslie Henson and ALfred Wellesley
Heather Thatcher, Leslie Henson and ALfred Wellesley
Heather Thatcher and Leslie Henson
Heather Thatcher and Leslie Henson
Heather Thatcher
Heather Thatcher
Kim Peacock and Belle Chrystall
Kim Peacock and Belle Chrystall
Kim Peacock
Kim Peacock
Leslie Henson and Connie Ediss
Leslie Henson and Connie Ediss
Leslie Henson and George De Warfaz
Leslie Henson and George De Warfaz
Leslie Henson and Harry Crocker
Leslie Henson and Harry Crocker
Leslie Henson, Heather Thatcher and Austin Melford
Leslie Henson, Heather Thatcher and Austin Melford
Leslie Henson and Heather Thatcher
Leslie Henson and Heather Thatcher
Leslie Henson and Toni Edgar-Bruce
Leslie Henson and Toni Edgar-Bruce
Leslie Henson brings a string of pearls home for Connie Ediss
Leslie Henson brings a string of pearls home for Connie Ediss
Leslie Henson and Alfred Wellesley
Leslie Henson and Alfred Wellesley
Toni Edgar-Bruce and Connie Ediss
Toni Edgar-Bruce and Connie Ediss
Toni Edgar-Bruce, Harry Crocker and Connie Ediss
Toni Edgar-Bruce, Harry Crocker and Connie Ediss
Toni Edgar-Bruce and Alfred Wellesley
Toni Edgar-Bruce and Alfred Wellesley