School for Scoundrels1960
Starring Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas, Alastair Sim, Janette Scott, Dennis Price and Peter Jones, "School for Scoundrels" (also known as "Scuola dei dritti, La", "School for Scoundrels or How to Win Without Actually Cheating!") is a Comedy film directed by Robert Hamer, released on July 11 of 1960 in the USA.
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Who directed "School for Scoundrels":
School for Scoundrels was directed by Robert Hamer, an English director, writer, and producer.
Before directing School for Scoundrels, Robert Hamer had directed The Scapegoat, released in 1959, To Paris with Love (1955), Father Brown (1954), His Excellency (1952), The Long Memory (1952), and Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949).
What was the release date of "School for Scoundrels":
School for Scoundrels was initially released on Monday, July 11, 1960, in the United States.. This was fifty-nine (59) years ago.
It has been released on April, 1960 in the United Kingdom.
What is the casting of "School for Scoundrels":
At the casting of School for Scoundrels we find Ian Carmichael, previously seen in Light Up the Sky! (1960) and I'm All Right Jack (1959); Terry-Thomas (I'm All Right Jack (1959), Carlton-Browne of the F.O. (1959)); Alastair Sim (Left Right and Centre (1959), The Doctor's Dilemma (1958)) [ more... ]
- John Le Mesurier and Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas, Dennis Price, Peter Jones can all be seen in Private's Progress, released in 1956.
- Ian Carmichael, Edward Chapman, Kynaston Reeves, Barbara Roscoe and Charles Lamb also appeared together in Hide and Seek, released in 1963.
- Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas, John Le Mesurier, Irene Handl and Kynaston Reeves also appeared together in Brothers in Law, released in 1957.
- Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas, Dennis Price, John Le Mesurier and Irene Handl also appeared in I'm All Right Jack, released in 1959.
- Jeremy Lloyd and Terry-Thomas, Peter Jones, John Le Mesurier, Gerald Campion also appeared together in The Sandwich Man, released in 1966.
- Monte Landis and Dennis Price, John Le Mesurier, Irene Handl can be seen in The Pure Hell of St. Trinian's, released in 1960.
- Hattie Jacques and Ian Carmichael, Alastair Sim, Irene Handl can also be seen in Left Right and Centre, released in 1959.
- Kynaston Reeves and Terry-Thomas, John Le Mesurier, Irene Handl also appeared in Carlton-Browne of the F.O., released in 1959.
- Ian Carmichael, Peter Jones, Irene Handl and Jeremy Lloyd can also be seen in Smashing Time, released in 1967.
- Janette Scott, Dennis Price, Peter Jones and Edward Chapman can all be seen in The Magic Box, released in 1951.
- Dennis Price, John Le Mesurier, Hattie Jacques and Jeremy Lloyd also appeared in The Magic Christian, released in 1969.
- Kynaston Reeves and Alastair Sim, Edward Chapman, Irene Handl can be seen in Inspector Hornleigh on Holiday, released in 1939.
- Ian Carmichael, Irene Handl and Charles Lamb can be seen in Meet Mr. Lucifer, released in 1953.
- John Le Mesurier, Irene Handl and Jeremy Lloyd can also be seen in The Wrong Box, released in 1966.
- Kynaston Reeves and Dennis Price, John Le Mesurier also appeared in Go to Blazes, released in 1962.
- Jeremy Lloyd and Dennis Price, Monte Landis also appeared together in Play It Cool, released in 1962.
- Terry-Thomas, Irene Handl and Hattie Jacques also appeared in Make Mine Mink, released in 1960.
- Dennis Price, Edward Chapman and Charles Lamb also appeared in The Intruder, released in 1953.
- Terry-Thomas, Alastair Sim and Peter Jones can all be seen in Blue Murder at St. Trinian's, released in 1957.
- Peter Jones, Edward Chapman and John Le Mesurier also appeared together in The Bulldog Breed, released in 1960.
- Kynaston Reeves and John Le Mesurier, Irene Handl also worked together in The Night We Got the Bird, released in 1961.
- Charles Lamb and Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas can all be seen in Lucky Jim, released in 1957.
What is the Storyline of "School for Scoundrels":
The film stars Ian Carmichael as Henry Palfrey, a failure who attends the "School of Lifemanship" in Yeovil, run by Dr. Potter (Alastair Sim), who teaches him how to win in life, and get the better of his rival (Terry-Thomas), through gamesmanship and various other underhand means.
This film was directed by Robert Hamer.
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