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"Comedy has always provided good material for films. Here is a set of questions about British films from the 1930s to the present day, some of which may have prompted you to say 'Haha! Very funny!'."
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The 1937 British comedy film 'Oh, Mr. Porter!' starred which actor, who had originally made his name as a music hall artist?
A British comedy film, released in 1949, featured a shipwreck near a Scottish island. It was based on a novel by Compton MacKenzie, and dealt with the looting of which cargo?
The British comedy film 'I'm All Right Jack' was released in 1959 and featured which actor as shop steward Fred Kite?
1968 saw the release of the sixteenth film from the 'Carry On' series of British comedy films. It was set during British colonial rule and incorporated the name of which famous mountain pass?
A film version of the British television comedy show 'Porridge' was released in 1979. Who starred as Norman Stanley Fletcher in the film?
Who played the role of Rita in the 1983 British comedy film 'Educating Rita'?
Helena Bonham Carter
Pauline Collins starred as the title character in the 1989 British comedy 'Shirley Valentine', which was (mainly) set in which country?
Which 1997 British comedy starred Robert Carlyle and Mark Addy with a group of friends trying to raise money in an unusual way?
Leon the Pig Farmer
The Full Monty
Nuns on the Run
Bill Nighy, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant and Alan Rickman all appeared in the 2003 British comedy, 'Love Actually'. Which of them portrayed the new British Prime Minister?
2011 saw Rowan Atkinson again taking on the role of the spoof spy, Johnny English, in a British comedy film. How was Johnny English described in the film title?
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