Norman Wisdom Movie The Bulldog Breed Normam Wisdom Films

Norman Wisdom Movie The Bulldog Breed Normam Wisdom Films.
Norman Puckle (Norman Wisdom), a well-meaning but clumsy grocer's assistant, cannot seem to do anything right. After being rejected by Marlene, the love of his life, he attempts suicide, but cannot even do that. He is saved from jumping off a cliff at "Lover's Leap" by a Royal Navy petty officer. He persuades Puckle to join the Royal Navy, where he will meet "lots of girls".

Life in the Navy proves not to be as rosy as described, and Puckle fails at every task during basic training. But despite this, he is regarded by the Admiral in charge of a rocket project to be a "typical average British sailor", and chosen to be the first man to fly into outer space in an experimental rocket.

Puckle fails at every stage of his training and is court-martialled, but successfully pleads for a final chance to prove himself. By accident, he takes the place of an astronaut and leaves Earth in the rocket. Equally by accident, he manages to return. He crash-lands on a Pacific island and ends up in the arms of a compliant local maiden.

Norman Wisdom as Ordinary Seaman Norman Puckle
Ian Hunter as Admiral Sir Bryanston Blyth
David Lodge as Chief Petty Officer Knowles
Robert Urquhart as Commander Clayton
Edward Chapman as Mr. Philpots
Eddie Byrne as Petty Officer Filkins
Peter Jones as Diving instructor
John Le Mesurier as Prosecuting counsel
Terence Alexander as Defending counsel
Sydney Tafler as Speedboat owner
Brian Oulton as Bert Ainsworth (cinema manager)
Harold Goodwin as Streaky Hopkinson
Johnny Briggs as Johnny Nolan
Frank Williams as Mr. Carruthers
Joe Robinson as Tall sailor
Liz Fraser as NAAFI girl
Penny Morrell as Marlene Barlow
Claire Gordon as Peggy
Julie Shearing as WRN Smith
Leonard Sachs as Yachtsman
Glyn Houston as Gym instructor
Michael Caine as a sailor (uncredited)
Oliver Reed as a Teddy boy (uncredited)
William Roache as Space Centre Operator (uncredited)
Sheila Hancock as Doris (uncredited)
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