|Not Wanted on Voyage|
|Directed by||Maclean Rogers|
|Written by|| Michael Pertwee |
Evadne Price (additional situations & dialogue)
Dudley Turrock (From an original work by)
Jack Marks (uncredited)
Roland Pertwee (uncredited)
|Based on||the play Wanted on Voyage by Evadne Price and Ken Attiwill|
|Produced by||Henry Halstead |
|Starring|| Ronald Shiner |
|Edited by||Helen Wiggins|
|Music by||Tony Lowry |
(In association with) Ronald Shiner Productions
|Distributed by||Renown Pictures (UK)|
|November 1957 (UK)|
Not Wanted on Voyage is a 1957 British comedy film directed by Maclean Rogers and starring Ronald Shiner, Brian Rix and Catherine Boyle.  The film was made at British National Studios.  It is based on a play by Ken Attiwill and his wife Evadne Price. 
Two cabin stewards working on a luxury vessel on a Mediterranean cruise to Tangier attempt to earn extra money from the passengers using every possible means. However, when one of the wealthy dowagers has her valuable diamond necklace stolen, they do everything they can to ensure it is restored to her.
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