It's Your Move Trailer

It's Your Move Trailer (1982)

18 October 1982 Comedy 25 mins

A silent slapstick comedy depicting the travails of young couple moving into a new home, who hire an accident-prone firm of house removers, headed by Sykes. It features an all-star cast including Tommy Cooper, Bernard Cribbins, Jimmy Edwards, Irene Handl, Bob Todd and Andrew Sachs.

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Cast

Eric Sykes

as Head Removal Man

Richard Briers

as The Husband

Tommy Cooper

as Big Removal Man

Bernard Cribbins

as Neighbour

Jimmy Edwards

as Policeman

Irene Handl

as Grand Old Lady

Brian Murphy

as Chauffeur

Andrew Sachs

as Roadsweeper

Sylvia Syms

as The Wife

Bob Todd

as Old Removal Man

Johnny Vyvyan

as Small Removal Man

Crew

Eric Sykes

Director

Alan Braden

Original Music Composer

Alison Wratten

Alison Wratten Production Design

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 18 October 1982

Production Companies

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