A Run for Your Money
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"A Run for Your Money" is a 1949 Ealing Studios comedy film starring Donald Houston and Meredith Edwards as two Welshmen visiting London for the first time. The supporting cast includes Alec Guinness, Moira Lister and Hugh Griffith.
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- director: Charles Frend
- producers: Michael Balcon & Leslie Norman
- written by Clifford Evans & Diana Morgan
- cinematography by Douglas Slocombe
- edited by Michael Truman
- music by Ernest Irving
- costume design by Anthony Mendleson
- genres: Black-and-white, Adventure Comedy, Comedy
- released in (66 years ago)
- award: - BAFTA Award for Best British Film nomination for Charles Frend
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Dictionary of Word Origins (1995)
A History of the Words, Expressions, and Clichés We Use by Jordan Almond
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