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The Importance of Being Earnest

1957
1h 30m
Comedy
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Cast

James Condon (John Worthing)Margo Lee (Gwendolyn Fairfax)Neva Carr-Glynn (Lady Bracknell)Richard Meikle (Algernon Moncrieff)Lola Brooks (Cecily Cardew)Edward Howell (Canon Chasuble)Audrey Teesdale (Miss Prism)John Brunskill (Lane)Charles McCallum (Merriman)

Director

Paul O'Loughlin

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Synopsis

In 1890s London rakish Algy runs into friend Jack who's in town to propose to Algy's cousin Gwendolen. Algy discovers Jack has a brother 'Ernest' and a ward called Cecily. While Jack deals with Gwendolen's mother, Algy tries to meet Cecily. Hilarity ensues when both arrive in the country posing as 'Ernest'!

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