|You Lucky People|
|Directed by||Maurice Elvey|
|Produced by||David Dent|
|Written by||Anthony Verney|
|Based on||story by Maurice Harrison|
|Music by||Edwin Astley|
|Edited by||Robert Jordan Hill|
David Dent Productions (as Advance)
|Distributed by||Adelphi Films (UK)|
You Lucky People is a 1955 British comedy film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Tommy Trinder, Mary Parker and Dora Bryan. Originally titled Get Fell In, the film was renamed to match Trinder's familiar catchphrase. It was shot in a rival French process to CinemaScope, called 'CameraScope', with the attendant publicity describing "the first feature to be made with an anamorphic lens in black and white! It's a camerascoop!".
An intake of civilian reservists arrive at army camp to do their two weeks refresher training.
- Tommy Trinder as Tommy Smart
- Mary Parker as Private Sally Briggs
- Dora Bryan as Sergeant Hortense Tipp
- R.S.M. Brittain as Himself
- James Copeland as Private Jim Campbell
- Michael Kelly as Sergeant Manners
- Mark Singleton as Lieutenant Arthur Robson
- Charles Rolfe as Hooky
- Rolf Harris as Private Proudfoot
- Rufus Cruikshank as Sergeant Major Horace Thickpenny
- Michael Trubshawe as Lieutenant Colonel Barkstone-Gadsby
- Harold Goodwin as Private Rossiter
- Mignon O'Doherty as Colonel Trudgeon
TV Guide wrote, "other than an occasional laugh, it's hard to find much worth recommending in this farce on British army life"; while BFI Screenonline describes how the film did steady business on its release, with Kine Weekly writing, "expertly handled by (Elvey) the doyen of English directors...team work hearty, gags both time honoured and topical and staging generous."
- BFI | Film & TV Database | YOU LUCKY PEOPLE! (1955). Ftvdb.bfi.org.uk (2009-04-16). Retrieved on 2011-12-02.
- "BFI Screenonline: You Lucky People! (1955)". screenonline.org.uk.
- John Reid (15 May 2004). Cinemascope One: Stupendous In 'scope. Lulu.com. p. 123. ISBN 978-1-4116-0740-8. Retrieved 2 December 2011.
- "You Lucky People". TVGuide.com.
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