1961 Watch it Sailor

Watch it, Sailor! – 1961

Columbia Pictures Corporation Presents
A Hammer film production

Copyright MCMLX by Merlin Film Company – All rights reserved 

MPAA Approved Certificate

The characters and incidents portrayed and the names used herein are fictitious and any similarity to the name, character, or history of any person is entirely accidental and unintentional 

Based on the play of the same title

Produced at Bray Studios, England

RCA Sound Recording
Black & White 81 mins 

Storyline

A sailor returns home to marry his fiancée, but runs into a series of farcical situations.

Crew

Production Designer
Supervising Editor
Editor
Production Manager
Art Director
Assistant Director
Director of Photography
Camera Operator
Sound Recordists
Sound Editor
Continuity
Make-up Artist
Hair Stylist
Wardrobe Supervisor
Wardrobe Mistress
Casting
Music by
Musical Supervisor
Harmonica played by
The Song “Watch it Sailor” sung by
Words by
Music by
Screenplay by
Associate Producer
ExecutiveProducer
Produced by
Directed by

Bernard Robinson
James Needs
Alfred Cox
Clifford Parkes
Don Mingaye
John Peverall
Arthur Grant Bsc
Len Harris
Jock May, Ken Cameron
Alban Streeter
Tilly Day
Roy Ashton
Freda Steiger
Molly Arbuthnot
Rosemary Burrows
Stuart Lyons
Douglas Gamley
John Hollingsworth
Tommy Reilly
The Dallas Boys
Tommie Connor
Horatio Nicholls
Philip King and Falkland Carey
Anthony Nelson-Keyes
Michael Carreras
Maurice Cowan
Wolf Rilla

Cast

Emma
Henry
Shirley
Daphne
Aunt Edie
Albert
Carnoustie
Mrs Lack
Commander
Vicar
Organist
Drunk
Mrs Mottram
Barmaid
Cab Driver
Photographer
Captain
Lieutenant
Waiting Room Woman
Solicitor
Ticket Collector

Marjorie Rhodes
Cyril Smith
Vera Day
Liz Fraser
Irene Handl
John Meillon
Graham Starke
Miriam Karlin
Dennis Price
Arthur Howard
Frankie Howard
Bobby Howes
Renee Houston
Diane Aubrey
Jerry Verno
Tom Gill
William Mervyn
David Rendall
Marianne Stone
Brian Reece
Harry Locke

Footnotes

A host of familiar British comedy talent fill out the cast including Irene Handl, Miriam Karlin and Frankie Howerd


Details were complied viewing the actual film. 
Source of viewing copy – The Hammer Graveyard Collection