Genevieve (1953), Kenneth More, Dinah Sheridan, Kay Kendall, John Gregson – #FILMTALK Review

Our latest addition to the #FILMTALK top 100 films of all time (in our opinion) is Genevieve, a classic 1953 British comedy produced and directed by Henry Cornelius, starring John Gregson, Dinah Sheridan, Kenneth More and Kay Kendall as two couples who take part in the London to Brighton veteran car rally.

Alan McKim, played by John Gregson, is a young barrister, and his wife, Wendy, played by Dinah Sheridan, drive Genevieve, a 1904 Darracq. Kenneth More plays their friend, Ambrose Claverhouse, a brash advertising salesman, who with his latest girlfriend, fashion model Rosalind Peters played by Kay Kendall, ride in a 1905 Spyker, along with her enormous pet St. Bernard.

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