Feature Comedy | 1940 | Sound | B/W
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Will Hay as a teacher 1940's
The Headmaster shows teacher (Will Hay) into a classroom of boys and then leaves. Large gates in background. The teacher attempts to correct grammar when the boys speak. He attempts to teach and discuss the law of gravity but is constantly interrupted and corrected by a bright boy (Kenneth Williams). Boy smoking in class.
They discuss the leaning tower of Pisa but again the teacher is corrected by the same boy who endeavours to prove his philosophy by using a pile of chairs to represent the leaning tower of Pisa. The sits on the pile of chairs. When the Headmaster returns the teacher and chairs fall. 'There, what comes up must come down!' states the boy.
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