Holiday On The Buses Genuine Vintage Movie Film Script Pages X 5 Varney Bus


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Holiday on the Buses Directed by Bryan Izzard Produced by Ronald Chesney
Ronald Wolfe Written by Ronald Chesney
Ronald Wolfe Starring Reg Varney
Anna Karen
Doris Hare
Michael Robbins
Bob Grant
Stephen Lewis
Adam Rhodes Music by Denis King Cinematography Brian Probyn Editing by James Needs Distributed by MGM-EMI Release date(s) 26December1973 Running time 85 minutes Country United Kingdom Language English

Holiday on the Buses is a 1973 British comedy film directed by Bryan Izzard and starring Reg Varney and Doris Hare. The film is the third spin-off film from the ITV sitcom On the Buses and succeeded the films On the Buses (1971) and Mutiny on the Buses (1972). The film was produced by Ronald Chesney and Ronald Wolfe for Hammer Films.

Contents
  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Cast
  • 3 Production notes
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links
Plot

Three of the company's buses are wrecked due to Stan's negligent bus driving, which means dismissal for Stan (Reg Varney), Jack (Bob Grant) and Inspector Blake (Stephen Lewis) are sacked. Stan and Jack get a job as bus crew at a holiday camp, only to find that Blakey has also got a job at the camp, as security inspector. Stan invites the family to stay whilst he proceeds to chat up the guests and staff. Meanwhile, Blakey thinks he can teach the guests old time dancing. Stan and the family get into an adventurous holiday, including repainting the whole of a bedroom as Little Arthur squirts ink around the room, a suitcase full of murky river water, and an exploding toilet.

Cast
  • Reg Varney - Stan Butler
  • Doris Hare - Mum
  • Michael Robbins - Arthur Rudge
  • Anna Karen - Olive Rudge
  • Stephen Lewis - Inspector 'Blakey' Blake
  • Bob Grant - Jack Harper
  • Wilfrid Brambell - Bert Thomsson
  • Kate Williams - Nurse
  • Arthur Mullard - Wally Briggs
  • Queenie Watts - Lily Briggs
  • Henry McGee - Holiday Camp Manager
  • Adam Rhodes - Little Arthur
  • Michael Sheard - Depot manager
  • Hal Dyer - Mrs. Coombs
  • Franco De Rosa - Luigi
  • Gigi Gatti - Maria
  • Eunice Black - Mrs Hudson
  • Maureen Sweeney - Mavis
  • Sandra Bryant - Sandra
  • Carolae Donoghue - Doreen
  • Tara Lynn - Joyce
  • Alex Munro - Patient
Production notes

It was filmed on location at The Pontin's Holiday Camp, Prestatyn, North Wales. Interiors were completed at Borehamwood.

References External links
  • Holiday on the Buses at the Internet Movie Database
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The situation comedies of Ronald Chesney and Ronald Wolfe [show] Hammer Film Productions films Categories:
  • English-language films
  • 1973 films
  • 1970s comedy films
  • British comedy films
  • British films
  • Elstree Studios films
  • Films based on television series
  • Hammer Film Productions films


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