Yet he can be critical of his neighbour for reasons that do not appeal to his own pleasures. Things might not have turned out as they did. Set during the Second World War in Britain, the movie sees Jack Warner and Marjorie Rhodes pay the roles of Sam and Mary Twigg, husband-and-wife who are bringing up their family whilst the Blitz is happening. Their neighbours Joe Charles Victor and Emma Gladys Henson are constantly in the Twiggs house, borrowing a cup of sugar or using their Anderson shelter and between them the two working class families put the world to rights. The Twiggs are a typical working-class family: Sam Jack Warner and Mary Marjorie Rhodes are trying to bring their family up in the shadow of the Blitz whilst taking everything in good humour. Their neighbours Joe Charles Victor and Emma Gladys Henson are constantly in the Twiggs house, borrowing a cup of sugar or using their Anderson shelter and between them the two working class families put the world to rights. At most a pleasant and courteous remark is made when meeting a neighbour.
A titled family object to the relationship between their son and a working class girl. What is also interesting about the story is that for the most Gardiner allows himself and others to feed into the negative perception of their neighbours. That human nature and again feelings of jealousy and selfishness will arise. Gardiner we have the theme of ignorance, identity, criticism, selfishness, jealousy and tolerance. But events take a sudden turn as the war enters the Twiggs own living room. Yet the reality is one will still think ill of their neighbour for any amount of reasons. Will the two families manage to overcome their disdain for each other and let true love find its way? Spurning on further jealousy and selfishness with no real winner persevering.
We then switch to the other family who are determined to put an end to the relationship because of the gulf that exists between them in terms of their social standing. Which may leave some readers to suggest that Gardiner or in fact many people are selfish in nature when it comes to their neighbours. We learn that the eldest daughter is in love but although this is news to the entire family, no one bothers to ask anything about the boy. . Life would be easier for all concerned should one be that little bit more tolerant. We open with the working class family, father, mother and three children.
Penrose Tina Bursill as Meg Penrose Diana Davidson as Joanna Church Noel Ferrier as Gridley Tina Grenville as Elizabeth Dent Harold Hopkins as Dave Milson Edward Howell as Dr. When the reality is we should focus on ourselves rather than on our neighbours. Some people may side with the man who was banging the tins while others might side with the musicians who were only trying to make a living. Henshaw Alan Lander as Bill Dunstan John Stanwe … ll as B. There would be fewer arguments, fewer jealousies and selfishness towards a neighbour would dissipate. Penrose Doreen Warburton as Kate Dunstan Kevin Wilson as Martin Penrose The cast of The People Next Door - 1989 includes: Billy Beck as Al Michael Chieffo as Mr. Often triggered by jealousy or selfishness.
Perhaps he is suggesting that society, particularly those who live in the city, are too quick to judge their neighbours. Gardiner himself has no idea who his neighbour really is. It is better to be kinder to your neighbour. Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. It is easy to judge what one is blind to circumstances and harder to be critical of an individual when all the facts are known. There is disapproval from Victor's wealthy parents, Sir Andrew and Lady Stevens Garry Marsh and Grace Arnold , who object to the match on grounds of class.
This is an odd one, the central idea really only acts as bookends to the film with odd bits of filler inbetween. Causing a person to judge their neighbour in an unflattering light. It is also possible that Gardiner is suggesting that an individual is unable to live so closely to another individual. It is also noticeable that the same cannot be said about two people who may live near one another in the country. However the reality is that people will not change. Id Dick Clark as himself Mary Gross as Abigail MacIntyre Jeffrey Jones as Walter Kellogg Leslie Jordan as Truman Fipps Casey Kasem as himself Melanie Kinnaman as Bridesmaid Zack Phifer as Bosi Bob Christina Pic … kles as Cissy MacIntyre Steven Polinsky as Einstein Chance Quinn as Matthew Kellogg Tim Russ as Answering Machine Guy Jackie Swanson as Debbie Granville Van Dusen as Neal Ferrall April Wayne as Bikini Model Henny Youngman as himself The cast of The Men Next Door - 2012 includes: David Alanson Bradberry as Will Rachel Alig as Bambi Mark Cirillo as Woody Trevor Knight as Temp Ronnie Kroell as Darren Benjamin Lutz as Colton Devon Michael Jones as Derek Michael Nicklin as Jacob Christopher Patrino as Christopher Heidi Rhodes as Eve … lyn Christopher Schram as Philip The cast of The Nightmares Next Door - 2005 includes: George Erdos as himself Paddy Fetherston as himself Riyad Ibrahim as himself Wendy Jones as herself Jane Prescott as herself Clover Turner as herself Carmen Turner as herself Holly Turner as herself Paul Vaughan as Narrator Simon Warr as himself … Ester Williams as herself Kirk Williams as himself The cast of The Vamps Next Door - 2011 includes: Antoinette Abbamonte as Dewey Richard Allan Jones as Gregory Jim Allen Jackson as Bartender Rachel Bailit as Beverly Tepes Greg Barnet as Harvey Greg Barnett as Harvey Holly Beavon as Pamela Fuller Kevin Berntson as Edward Gabriel Cordell as Miguel Or … tiz Jay Denton as Mike Connors Olivia Dunkley as Denise Dexter Elkin as Hal Finster Samantha Feig as Little Girl Polina Frantsena as Kate Tepes Randy Fratkin as John Birmingham Sharon Gee as Sung-won Daniela Hummel as Kate Tepes Rae Latt as Nancy Finster Lynn Manning as Brian Smokey Miles as Walter Tepes Nao Minami as Kazuko Annette Pascal as Emma Tepes Annette Pascal as Grandma Emma Matt Ryan King as Jimmy Tepes Vanja Scholls as Maria Gonzalez Phillipe Simon as Doctor Goldstein Phillipe Simon as Dr.
Both have a cause to make noise yet if they knew each other better there may not be as much animosity between both parties. This is an odd one, the central idea really only acts as bookends to the film with odd bits of filler inbetween. Rather one would know nearly everything about their neighbour yet the same cannot be said for those who live in the city. Though Gardiner has no proof of any misgivings that the neighbour might have committed. Unfortunately, the characters were too unsympathetic and the piece still ran like a play, but the same distributors had better luck a couple of years later when they reunited Warner with Kathleen Harrison in. Even if by understanding them a friendship might be formed. Incensed by Lady Diana s offer of money, Sam Twigg throws her out of the house.
Being reflective is difficult for any person but it is made more difficult when an individual remains stubborn and pursues the route that the man with the tins takes. Stewart's efforts to bring in Ryan and collect the reward are compromised by the presence of Ryan's loyal girl friend Janet Leigh and Stewart's two disreputable sidekicks, wily prospector Millard Mitchell and disgraced Union-officer Ralph Meeker. A war of walls occurs with neighbour retaliating against neighbour. But events take a sudden turn as the war enters the Twiggs own living room. We then switch to the other family who are determined to put an end to the relationship because of the gulf that exists between them in terms of their social standing. It is easier to be ignorant of a neighbour than to try and understand them.
Though we as readers never learn of his fate we are aware that his motive was unreasonable. Should he have been friendlier with his neighbour and taken the time to get to know them. The cast of Those People Next Door - 1953 includes: Grace Arnold as Lady Diana Stevens Patricia Cutts as Anne Twigg Norah Gorsen as Margaret Twigg Gladys Henson as Emma Higgins Jimmy James as Drunk Garry Marsh as Sir Andrew Stevens Anthony Newley as Bob Twigg Marjorie Rhodes as Mary Twigg Charles Victor as Joe Higgins Jack Warner as Sam Twigg Eli Woods as Eli The cast of The Girl Next Door - 2003 includes: Tia Ayers as Molly Alexis Fuller as Teresa Ed Galvez as Flower Delivery Guy William Johnson as Bill Christel Joy Johnson as Saundra Heather Keller as Gwen Bobby Kesselman as Jeff Chris Nye as Chad Jason Pittman as Jack Angie Pittman as Shirley Shannon … Swanson as Police Dispatcher Vickers Wilson as Kate The cast of The People Next Door - 1973 includes: Deryck Barnes as Daniel J. Unconvinced that this vein of comedy had been mined out, producer Tom Blakeley's , which had made comedies in the war years, took an old play set in 1941, hired Jack Warner and a good cast and let rip. If anything there would be more tolerance from both sides with regard to the noise that is created.