Top of the Form (film)

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Top of the Form is a 1953 British, Technicolor, drama, farcical, historical film, directed by John Paddy Carstairs and starring Ronald Shiner in a Sergeant Bilko role 'Professor' Ronnie Fortescue [1] and Ronnie Corbett as the Student (uncredited).[2] It was produced by Paul Soskin.

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This comedic historical drama story explores a bookmaker who becomes headmaster of a boy's school and of his and his pupil's adventures in passing examinations and on subsequent free trip to Paris.

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