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* BadHabits
* {{Crossdresser}}/DisguisedInDrag

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* %%* BadHabits
* {{Crossdresser}}/DisguisedInDragChurchGoingVillain: Charlie is a practicing Catholic and a low-level member in a criminal organization.
%%* DisguisedInDrag



* {{Fanservice}}: The shower scene.

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* {{Fanservice}}: ExtendedDisarming: There's a scene where Eric Idle's cohorts meet with some Japanese Yakuza types. The cohorts demand the Yakuza remove all their weapons, and so they collectively produce a small pile of knives, cleavers and machetes. One Brit motions with his gun and says something like "Come on, let's have the rest," whereafter they add about twice as many more blades.
* {{Fanservice}}:
**
The shower scene.



* LondonGangster
* NunsAreFunny

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* LondonGangster
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LondonGangster: The main characters want to leave their gang after their new boss turns out to be too much like this.
%%*
NunsAreFunny



* TwelfthNightAdventure

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* TwelfthNightAdventure%%* TwelfthNightAdventure


!!! "Tropes on the Run":

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!!! !! "Tropes on the Run":

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* GenreThrowback: The film was meant to be a throwback to the Ealing comedies of the 1950s.


-->'''Charlie:''' "This is our ''only'' chance to go straight!"\\
'''Brian:''' "You call ''this'' going straight?"

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-->'''Charlie:''' "This ->'''Charlie:''' This is our ''only'' chance to go straight!"\\
straight!\\
'''Brian:''' "You You call ''this'' going straight?"
straight?


This 1990 comedy stars Creator/RobbieColtrane and Creator/EricIdle. It was the last film produced by Music/GeorgeHarrison's Handmade Films.

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This 1990 comedy was directed by Jonathan Lynn and stars Creator/RobbieColtrane and Creator/EricIdle. It was the last film produced by Music/GeorgeHarrison's Handmade Films.


This comedy stars Creator/RobbieColtrane and Creator/EricIdle. It was the last film produced by Music/GeorgeHarrison's Handmade Films.

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This 1990 comedy stars Creator/RobbieColtrane and Creator/EricIdle. It was the last film produced by Music/GeorgeHarrison's Handmade Films.Films.


This comedy stars Robbie Coltrane and Creator/EricIdle. It was the last film produced by Music/GeorgeHarrison's Handmade Films.

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This comedy stars Robbie Coltrane Creator/RobbieColtrane and Creator/EricIdle. It was the last film produced by Music/GeorgeHarrison's Handmade Films.

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* TwelfthNightAdventure


This comedy stars Robbie Coltrane and Eric Idle. It was the last film produced by Music/GeorgeHarrison's Handmade Films.

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This comedy stars Robbie Coltrane and Eric Idle.Creator/EricIdle. It was the last film produced by Music/GeorgeHarrison's Handmade Films.


This comedy stars Robbie Coltrane and Eric Idle. It was the last film produced by Creator/GeorgeHarrison's Handmade Films.

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This comedy stars Robbie Coltrane and Eric Idle. It was the last film produced by Creator/GeorgeHarrison's Music/GeorgeHarrison's Handmade Films.


This comedy stars Robbie Coltrane and Eric Idle.

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This comedy stars Robbie Coltrane and Eric Idle. It was the last film produced by Creator/GeorgeHarrison's Handmade Films.


* {{Crossdresser}}

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* {{Crossdresser}}{{Crossdresser}}/DisguisedInDrag


* {{Fanservice}}: The shower scene

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* {{Fanservice}}: The shower scenescene.
** Also a scene where a police officer, convinced that he is facing a man dressed up as a nun, forcefully pulls off the nun's clothes... only to discover that it is in fact a ''woman'' who has been dressed up as a nun. A woman who is herself not a nun, and who also happens to be wearing some very skimpy black underwear.


This comedy stars RobbieColtrane and EricIdle.

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This comedy stars RobbieColtrane Robbie Coltrane and EricIdle.Eric Idle.

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