The White Bus Trailer

The White Bus Trailer (1967)

01 December 1967 Drama, Foreign 46 mins

An unnamed young woman (Patricia Healey) who is bored working in a London office takes a train to Manchester and ends up inexplicably deciding to board a white tourist bus that is packed with an eclectic assortment of international eccentrics. The bus stops at various locations including factories and the group is escorted about by the Lord Mayor (Arthur Lowe) who is decked out in full regalia.

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Cast

Arthur Lowe

as The Mayor

John Sharp

as Macebearer

Julie Perry

as Conductress

Stephen Moore

as Young Man

Anthony Hopkins

as Brechtian

Crew

International Titles

Red, White and Zero Trailer

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 01 December 1967

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