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I'm All Right, Jack

Terrific British nonsense (1959) coming at the tail end of the wonderful cycle of gentle comedies that poked fun at most of the classes and offended none. Ian Carmichael stars as the wide-eyed nephew of an industrialist, who goes to work in his uncle's factory and blunders into a web of corporate crookedness. Peter Sellers's performance as a dour, self-educated factory foreman/Marxist intellectual is a model of careful characterization and devastatingly subtle satire. With Terry-Thomas, Dennis Price, Richard Attenborough, and Margaret Rutherford. John and Roy Boulting directed. 105 min.


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