Directed by Robert Hamer, Hal E. Chester, Cyril Frankel. With Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas, Alastair Sim, Janette Scott. A young man finds a very special school. It teaches him how to take advantage of people.
- Robert Hamer, Hal E. Chester, Cyril Frankel
Sep 29, 2006 · Directed by Todd Phillips. With Billy Bob Thornton, Jon Heder, Jacinda Barrett, Michael Clarke Duncan. A young guy short on luck enrolls in a class to build confidence to help win over the girl of his dreams, which becomes complicated when it turns out his teacher has the same agenda.
- Todd Phillips
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School for Scoundrels isn't one of Phillips' best directorial efforts and along with The Hangover Part II, is one of his worst films. If you're looking for something really funny, you won't find it...
Mar 27, 2007 · Released theatrically in 1960, "School for Scoundrels" remains a charming, witty British comedy that benefits greatly from a perfect cast. Ian Carmichael was a "natural" to play Henry Palfrey, an "upper class twit" who always seems to lose out in life and make a fool of himself.
Jan 13, 2021 · In 1960, Hal Chester, Patricia Moyes, Frank Tarloff, and Peter Ustinov (the latter two uncredited) fashioned Potter’s works into the script for a quintessentially British comedy: School for Scoundrels.
School for Scoundrels is a 1960 British comedy film directed by Robert Hamer (and an uncredited Cyril Frankel and Hal Chester). It stars Ian Carmichael and Terry-Thomas. It was inspired by the " Gamesmanship " series of books by Stephen Potter.
“School for Scoundrels” w/Billy Bob Thornton; Comedy/DVD/New. For your consideration: v When unlucky loser Roger (Jon Heder) takes a confidence-building class taught by an egomaniacal teacher (Thornton), the two are pitted in an outrageous battle to determine the ultimate guy’s guy. When the rivalry spirals uproariously out of control, no ...
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School for Scoundrels is a 2006 American comedy film, starring Billy Bob Thornton and Jon Heder, and directed by Todd Phillips. The film is based on the 1960 British film School for Scoundrels. The film was released on September 29, 2006. The remake has a similar theme to the original film, but a noticeably different plot and tone.