Demobbed (1946 film)

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Directed by John E. Blakeley
Produced by F.W. Baker
John E. Blakeley
Written by Story And Scenario:
Roney Parsons
Anthony Toner
Original Story:
Julian Cantor
Max Zorlini
Comedy Sequences devised & arranged by:
Arthur Mertz
Starring Norman Evans
Nat Jackley
Dan Young
& Betty Jumel
Music by Percival Mackey
Cinematography Geoffrey Faithfull
Edited by Ted Richards
Distributed by Butcher's Film Service (U.K.)
Release date
19 June 1944 (U.K.)
Running time
96 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Demobbed is a 1946 British comedy film directed by John E. Blakeley and starring Norman Evans, Nat Jackley, Gus McNaughton and Dan Young.[1] Billed as "a musical comedy burlesque," its plot concerns a group of ex-soldiers who attempt to gain employment after being demobbed from the army.[2]


Critical reception[edit]

TV Guide called it an "Occasionally okay slapstick comedy."[3]


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