|And the Same to You|
|Directed by||George Pollock|
|Written by||John Paddy Carstairs |
Additional dialogue by John Junkin
|Based on||play "The Chigwell Chicken" by A.P. Dearsley|
|Produced by||William J. Gell|
|Starring||Brian Rix |
|Edited by||Lito Carruthers|
|Music by||Philip Green|
William Gell Productions
|Distributed by||Monarch Film Corporation (UK)|
|February 1960 (UK)|
And the Same to You is a 1960 British boxing-themed comedy film directed by George Pollock and starring Brian Rix and William Hartnell. It is based on a stage farce by A.P. Dearsley.
Stuck with the nickname "Dreadnought", Dickie Marchant (Brian Rix) feels he has no choice but to pursue a career as a boxer. However, to mollify his uncle (Leo Franklyn), Marchant pretends to be the soul of religiosity, while his tough-talking manager, Walter 'Wally' Burton (William Hartnell), poses as a man of the cloth.