|Directed by||Herbert Wilcox|
|Written by||Jack Trevor Story|
|Produced by||Anna Neagle|
|Edited by||Basil Warren|
|Music by||Stanley Black|
Herbert Wilcox Productions (as Everest)
|Distributed by||Associated British-Pathé (UK)|
|10 June 1958 (London) (UK)|
Wonderful Things! is a 1958 British comedy romance film directed by Herbert Wilcox and starring Frankie Vaughan, Jocelyn Lane and Wilfrid Hyde-White. It was written by Jack Trevor Story.  The screenplay concerns two fishermen brothers who clash over the love of a woman.
The film marked the film debut of comedian Ronnie Barker, in an uncredited role as a waiter.
Sky Movies wrote, "If you can believe in Frankie Vaughan and Jeremy Spenser as Gibraltar fishermen, you'll enjoy this Anna Neagle-produced trifle about love and life, Latin-style. Fiery Jackie Lane eclipses model Jean Dawnay's screen debut";  while TV Guide called the film an "engaging romance";  and AllMovie wrote: "Wilfred Hyde-White offers the film's best performance as the debutante's dry-witted papa." 
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