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The Galloping Major (film)

The Galloping Major
File:The Galloping Major FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Henry Cornelius
Produced by Monja Danischewsky
Written by Monja Danischewsky
Henry Cornelius
Basil Radford
Starring Basil Radford
Sid James
Jimmy Hanley
Janette Scott
Cinematography Stanley Pavey
Distributed by British Lion Film Corporation
Release date(s) 8 May 1951
Running time 82 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Box office £153,770 (UK)[1]

The Galloping Major is a 1951 British comedy sports film starring Basil Radford, Jimmy Hanley and Janette Scott. It also featured Sid James, Charles Hawtrey and Joyce Grenfell in supporting roles. It was directed by Henry Cornelius. The title is taken from the song "The Galloping Major", and the plot was centred around gambling at the horseracing track. A syndicate in a London suburb club together to buy a race horse to run in the Grand National.

Cast

Location

  • "Lambs Green" in the film is actually Belsize Village, London NW3. The "cafe" is now a Greengrocers (2012), but the whole area is easily recognisable.
  • The race track was filmed at Alexandra Palace, which can be seen briefly in the background.

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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