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Oh, Mr Porter! (1937) was a Black-and-white - Comedy Film directed by Marcel Varnel and produced by Edward Black.

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Superintendent: It's a country station, rather off the beaten track.
William Porter: Oh, I don't mind, as long as it's near the railway.

William Porter: [sniffs] Is something burning somewhere?
Jeremiah Harbottle: That would be Albert, cooking the breakfast.
William Porter: Smells more like somebody cooking Albert.

Mr. Trimbletow: Ther's a place in Ireland called Buggleskelly.
William Porter: That's nothing, there's a place in Wales called Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch.

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The railway going through Buggleskelly was actually the old Basingstoke to Alton line in Hampshire which closed in 1932.
The engine "Gladstone" (1854) was built in 1899 for the Kent & East Sussex Railway and called "Northiam" . You can see her real number "2" on the buffer beams.
"Gladstone" was loaned by the Kent and East Sussex Railway.
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