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Please Sir! (film)

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Please Sir! (film)

Please Sir!
Directed by Mark Stuart
Produced by Andrew Mitchell
Written by John Esmonde
Bob Larbey
Starring John Alderton
Deryck Guyler
Noel Howlett
Joan Sanderson
Music by Mike Vickers
Cinematography Wilkie Cooper
Editing by Richard Best
Release date(s) 1971
Running time 100 mins
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Please Sir! is a 1971 British comedy film starring John Alderton, spun off from the television series Please Sir!.[1]


Mr. Hedges, the somewhat naive and idealistc teacher of the rebellious Class 5C, lobbies to have them allowed on the school camping trip despite much precedent to the contrary. Once on the camping trip Mr. Hedges pursues the local barmaid and the class indulge in their usual activities. A small feud with some stereotypical upper class children in red blazers is resolved with a false rape allegation. A case of some stolen money is resolved through Mr. Hedges trusting the class. At the final dance Mr. Hedges is ensnared in the romantic clutches of Miss Cutforth, contrary to his wishes.



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