|Directed by||Frederick Wilson|
|Produced by||Donald B. Wilson|
|Written by||Eric Linklater (novel)
James Robertson Justice
|Music by||Clifton Parker|
|Distributed by||General Film Distributors|
Poet's Pub is a 1949 British comedy film directed by Frederick Wilson and based on the 1929 novel by Eric Linklater. The film was one of four of David Rawnsley's Aquila Films that used his proposed "independent frame" technique.
An Oxford poet is convinced to become manager of a country inn, after complaining about the food and service.
- Derek Bond as Saturday Keith
- Rona Anderson as Joanna Benbow
- James Robertson Justice as Professor Benbow
- Joyce Grenfell as Miss Horsefell-Hughes
- Maurice Denham as Constable
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