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Meet Mr. Lucifer (1953)





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Though Meet Mr. Lucifer reads rather better than it plays, the film is still good for a few healthy laughs. Stanley Holloway plays Hollingsworth, an actor who is playing Lucifer in a stage production. While being hoisted through a trap door, Hollingsworth is knocked cold. While unconscious, he is replaced by the real Lucifer. Seeking about for a new form of deviltry to inflict upon the public, Lucifer comes up with the most hellish device of all: Television! The rest of the film details the effects that the boob tube has on otherwise normal, rational British citizens (there's even time for a swipe at 3D movies). Based on a play by Arnold Ridley, Meet Mr. Lucifer is enhanced by an all-star cast, including Peggy Cummins, Kay Kendall and Ernst Thesiger. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Stanley Holloway
as Mr. Sam Hollingsworth/Mr. Lucifer
Peggy Cummins
as Kitty Norton
Jack Watling
as Jim Norton
Barbara Murray
as Patricia Pedelty
Joseph Tomelty
as Mr. Pedelty
Kay Kendall
as Lonely Hearts Singer
Gordon Jackson
as Hector McPhee
Charles Victor
as Mr. Elder
Humphrey Lestocq
as Arthur Simmonds
Ernest Thesiger
as Mr. Macdonald
Irene Handl
as Lady with Dog
Jean Cadell
as Mrs. Macdonald
Ian Carmichael
as Man Friday
Bill Fraser
as Band Leader
Gladys Henson
as Lady in Bus
Roddy Hughes
as Billings
Raymond Huntley
as Mr. Patterson
Geoffrey Keen
as Mr. Lucifer
Edie Martin
as Deaf Woman
David Miller
as Himself
Dandy Nichols
as Mrs. Clarke
Frank Pettingell
as Mr. Roberts
Joan Sims
as Fairy Queen
Olive Sloane
as Mrs. Stannard
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