The Big Freeze (film)

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The Big Freeze is a 1993 featurette-length film written and directed by Eric Sykes. The action centres on mishaps involving a father and son plumbing team attending to business in sub-zero temperatures at a retirement home in Finland. Like other Sykes directorial vehicles, the piece is a silent comedy with a star cast - here including Bob Hoskins, John Mills, Donald Pleasence and Spike Milligan.

Synopsis[1][edit]

A silent comedy. Two accident-prone plumbers go to fix the plumbing at a home for retired gentle-folk on the coldest day of the year in Finland. Everything that can go wrong for these plumbers goes wrong.

Cast[2][edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Big Freeze (1993) - Synopsis". imdb. Retrieved 16th November 2016
  2. ^ "Big Freeze (1993) - Cast". imdb. Retrieved 16th November 2016

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