Meet Me Tonight

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Released 1952

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Director:
Anthony Pelissier
Released:
1952
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Meet Me Tonight, written by Noel Coward, is a set of three unrelated short comedy films. The three productions are sprinkled with the acerbic wit and dark humor that made Coward famous. "The Red Peppers" follows some entertainers and theatre managers as they work the old English dance hall circuit. The constant negativity and insulting dialogue among them illustrates how they cope with this dying lifestyle. In the second feature, "Fumed Oak", a 50-year-old man (Stanley Holloway) lives with a family of women who constantly complain and nag about his shortcomings. He finally thinks there is a way out, but will it work? Lastly, in "Ways and Means" a married couple is in deep trouble after losing everything to ill-advised gambling and excessive debts. In a moment of desperation, they plot to steal money from a wealthy female friend. These three short stories present a good view of England in a bygone era. While the humor is often grim, the dialogue is crisp and funny.moreless
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    Comedy, Drama

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