|Three Hats for Lisa|
|Directed by||Sidney Hayers|
|Written by||David D. Osborn|
|Screenplay by|| Leslie Bricusse |
|Produced by||Jack Hanbury|
|Starring|| Joe Brown |
|Edited by||Tristam Cones|
|Music by|| Leslie Bricusse (songs)|
Seven Hills Productions
|Distributed by||Anglo-Amalgamated Film Distributors (UK)|
Three Hats for Lisa or One Day in Londonis a 1965 British musical comedy film directed by Sidney Hayers and starring Joe Brown, Sid James, Sophie Hardy, Una Stubbs and Dave Nelson.
Three young Cockneys take a day off work to meet Lisa Milan, an Italian movie star, at Heathrow airport. She travels with them and their taxi driver in search of some typically British hats. The rule of the game is to steal a hat from its wearer. Lisa wants a bobby's helmet, a businessman's bowler, and the bearskin cap off a palace guard. A musical chase ensues around Swinging Sixties London, evading press and police.
All songs were written by Leslie Bricusse
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