|Two on the Tiles|
|Directed by||John Guillermin|
|Written by||Alec Coppel|
|Produced by||Nigel Proudlock |
|Edited by||Robert Jordan Hill|
|Music by||Frank Spencer|
|Distributed by||Grand National Pictures (UK)|
Two on the Tiles is a 1951 British comedy film directed by John Guillermin and starring Herbert Lom, Hugh McDermott and Brenda Bruce.It was made at the Walton Studios by the independent Vandyke Productions for release as a second feature. It was one of three back-to-back productions Guillermin directed for the company at Walton Studios, along with Smart Alec and Four Days ,. It was released in the U.S. as School for Brides.
A married couple both face temptations while separated for a few days. The husband meets an attractive female fellow traveler in Paris while the wife accidentally spends a night aboard a Royal Navy ship with a male friend after she is stranded following a party. Despite knowing the essential innocence of both husband and wife, their sinister new butler uses information about their discretions to demand blackmail payments.
Like Smart Alec is was based on a script by Alec Coppel.
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