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Holiday On The Buses
Holiday On The Buses (movie) poster
Directer
Bryan Izzard
Producers
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Starring
Released
1 January 1973
Running time
180 mins
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Holiday on the Buses is a 1973 British comedy film directed by Bryan Izzard and starring Reg Varney and Doris Hare. The film is the third spin-off film from the ITV sitcom On the Buses and succeeded On The Buses (1971), and Mutiny on the buses (1972). The film was produced by Ronald Chesney and Ronald Wolfe for Hammer Films.

Plot summary Edit

After a series of incidents at the bus depot, Stan (Reg Varney), Jack (Bob Grant) and Inspector Blake (Stephen Lewis) are sacked. Stan and Jack get a job as bus crew at a holiday camp, only to find that Blakey has also got a job at the camp, as security inspector. Stan invites the family to stay whilst he proceeds to chat up the guests and staff. Meanwhile, Blakey thinks he can teach the guests old time dancing. Stan and the family get into an adventurous holiday, including repainting the whole of a bedroom as Little Arthur squirts ink around the room, a suitcase full of murky river water, and a broken toilet.

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