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The King of Norway is 73rd in line to the British throne
27 2, 6:58am
"Kind Hearts and Coronets" is a classic of British black comedy from 1949, and shows what British comedy was like before the absurdist revolution wrought by the "Goon Show". It is rated by the British Film Institute as the sixth-best British film ever made. It is the highest-placed comedy in the BFI list of the best British films of the 20th Century. It features Alec Guinness playing nine comic roles.
I don't know whether it's good, but I like it.