The Green Man School For Scoundrels

Two vintage Alastair Sim comedies released as a double-pack. In 1956's The Green Man he plays a political assassin whose plans are interrupted by the arrival of bumbling vacuum cleaner salesman George Cole; in 1960's School For Scoundrels—based on Stephen Potter's One-Upmanship books—he teaches downtrodden nice chap Ian Carmichael how to get the better of dastardly cad Terry-Thomas.

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Two vintage Alastair Sim comedies released as a double-pack. In 1956’s The Green Man he plays a political assassin whose plans are interrupted by the arrival of bumbling vacuum cleaner salesman George Cole; in 1960’s School For Scoundrels?based on Stephen Potter’s One-Upmanship books?he teaches downtrodden nice chap Ian Carmichael how to get the better of dastardly cad Terry-Thomas.

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