Vote for Huggett

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Vote for Huggett
Directed by Ken Annakin
Produced by Betty E. Box
Written by Allan MacKinnon
Starring Jack Warner
Kathleen Harrison
Susan Shaw
Petula Clark
Music by Antony Hopkins
Cinematography Reginald H. Wyer
Edited by Gordon Hales
Release dates
  • 1949 (1949)
Running time 84 mins
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Vote for Huggett is a 1949 British comedy film directed by Ken Annakin and starring Jack Warner, Kathleen Harrison and Diana Dors. Warner reprises his role as the head of a London family, in the post-war years. It was the second in the The Huggetts, after 1948's Here Come the Huggetts. In it, Joe Huggett decides to run as a candidate in the local municipal elections. It was followed later that year by The Huggetts Abroad.


After writing a letter to the local newspaper, calling for the construction of a pleasure garden for a new war memorial, Joe Huggett is overwhelmed by the response of the public. However, his call is awkward for a corrupt local counciller who has plans of his own for the space.


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