Film Preview – Bognor Regis Observer – Saturday, 04 November 1950
Transcript:

PAVILION, SELSEY. AUDIENCES who enjoyed "Sitting Pretty," and who could have failed to so, will be well advised to pay a visit to the Pavilion, Selsey, where for the first part of next week, "MR BELVEDERE GOES TO COLLEGE" is featured The title alone sums up the story, in which an eccentric genius, Lynn Belvedere, who is badly in need 10,000 dollars prize, which he can only obtain by securing a university degree enrols at an American college. Although Clifton Webb is the picture's acknowledged laughter-maker, his association with Ellen Baker (Shirley Temple), an undergraduate who is editor the college newspaper, provides its fair share of laughs. The feature film for the second part of the week is" MA AND PA KETTLE," a family farce starring Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride.

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