Tonight at 830: An omnibus featuring three Noel Coward tales, long on Coward humor which is to say very little at all, with the first, " The Red Peppers", featuring Kay Walsh, Ted Ray, Martita Hunt, Frank Pettingell and Bill Fraser, about a bickering vaudeville couple who form an alliance when some of theie company start to needle the, and ends up in some non-amusing slapstick. The second episode is "Fumed Oak" (with Stanley Holloway, Betty Ann Davies, Mary Merrall and Dorothy Gordon)is about a squabbling, middle-class family where Holloway has to contend with a ghastly mother-in-law, a selfish wife and a whining, complaining child and, after 17 years, tells each of them off and departs their company; the third segment is "Ways and Means" (with Valerie Hobson, Nigel Patrick, Jack Warner and Jessie Royce Landis) about a pair of parasite who go from city to city as non-paying guests of wealthy acquaintances. A wealthy American widow is trying to quietly kick them out of her French Rivera home, and the couple, needing funds to get to Venice, hatch a scheme to fleece her out of her gambling winnings.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||September 09, 1952|
|Actors:||Betty Ann Davies Bill Fraser Dorothy Gordon Frank Pettingell Ian Wilson Jack Warner Jacques Cey Jessie Royce Landis Kay Walsh Martita Hunt Mary Jerrold Mary Merrall Michael Trubshawe Nigel Patrick Stanley Holloway Ted Ray Toke Townley Valerie Hobson Yvonne Furneaux|
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