Here Come The Huggetts

Here Come The Huggetts

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An extraordinary collection (15) of the majority of all the main cast autographs from the three films, clearly signed on vintage autograph book pages in ink ; Jack Warner d1981 (Joe Huggett) / Kathleen Harrison d1995 (Ethel Huggett) / Jane Hylton d1979 (Jane Huggett) / Susan Shaw d1978 (Susan Huggett) / Petula Clark (Pet Huggett) / Jimmy Hanley d1970 (Jimmy Gardner) / David Tomlinson d2000 (Harold Hinchley) / Diana Dors d1984 (Diana Hopkins) / Maurice Denham d2002 (1st Engineer) / Hubert Gregg d2004 (Maurice Lever) / Anthony Newley d1999 (Dudley) / Dinah Sheridan d2012 (Jane Huggett) / Hugh McDermott d1972 (Bob McCoy) / John Blythe d1989 (Gowan) and Doris Hare d2000 (Mrs Fisher).

Suitable for mounting and display. (Contact Me with you would like us to do this for you).

Still looking for (amongst a few others) ; Amy Veness d1960 (Grandma) / Peter Hammond d2011 (Peter Hawtrey) / Clive Morton d1975 (Mr Campbell) / Esma Cannon d1972 (Youth Leader)


CERTIFICATION ; All from vintage autograph books collected by us over a number of years. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.


Various Autograph Book Pages


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About Here Come The Huggetts

Here Come The Huggetts

HERE COME THE HUGGETTS autographs. The first of a trio of Gainsborough Pictures (1948-1949) British films about a working class English family all directed by Ken Annakin. The main cast are factory workers Joe Huggett and his wife Ethel (the couple had been introduced a year earlier) in the film Holiday Camp (1947) with Petula Clark / Jane Hylton and Susan Shaw as their young daughters. The plot lines of this and its sequels ; Vote For Huggett and The Huggetts Abroad revolved around such trivialities as a flighty cousin (Diana Dors) who wrecks the family car / the installation of a telephone / an incursion into municipal politics and an excursion to South Africa (with a diamond smuggler as a fellow passenger) -- these were the type of light comedies that found great favour with British audiences still reeling from the impact of World War 2.  Petula Clark, who began her career as a child vocalist on BBC Radio, sang the tune "Walking Backwards" in the film.


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