Keep Your Seats, Please

Keep Your Seats, Please

Despite being on his uppers, George is still prepared to pawn his beloved banjo in order to help his girlfriend save her niece from the orphanage. Help seems to be at hand when George is left a fortune by his old auntie, but unfortunately his inheritance is hidden inside a chair which has already been auctioned off! Can George and his chums track down his rightful due before his grasping solicitor (Alastair Sim, in an early film appearance) snatches the lot? It's hard to say, but he still finds time to perform both the title song and the classic 'When I'm Cleaning Windows'.

A fortune in gems is hidden in one of six chairs, and it's up to the prospective heir to find it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Keep Your Seats, Please torrent reviews

Rakesh S (mx) wrote: Best Indian Movie Ever! A Masterpiece and on par with "The Godfather"... Indian Version!

Michael S (br) wrote: Very similar to many of the run of Japanese horror movies (including the North American remakes), so there is a fair bit of predictability to this movie. Having said that, the film is beautifully shot and framed, with some moments that will make you jump. Despite the fact that it also moves slowly at the beginning, once the gate opens fully, the race is on.

Zack L (mx) wrote: The main characters could be twin. What a movie!

Nathan C (gb) wrote: Not only that it's shit, It's also the worst Robocop film ever!Score: 1.5/10

Garrett T (kr) wrote: Not at all Fulci's best, but still good gory fun.

Sujit J (ag) wrote: Finally something realistic

Arthur L (it) wrote: A great film with lots of symbolism. Would have given it an 8 or 8.5 / 10 but the male voices on most of the female characters (deliberate I know) was very offputting.