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The Goose Steps Out
Will Hay's third film for Ealing Studios finds the legendary comic parachuted into Nazi Germany when British intelligence discover that he's the spitting image of an enemy master spy
Comedy 1942 75 mins
Director: Will Hay
Legendary comic Will Hay plays the inept schoolmaster who's parachuted into Nazi Germany when British intelligence discover that he's the spitting image of an enemy master spy. Hay's third film for Ealing Studios is stuffed with memorable sequences, including the notoriously hilarious classroom scene (featuring a youthful Peter Ustinov) where he teaches German students to salute a portrait of Adolf Hitler with a distinctly Churchillian ‘V’ sign.
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