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Here Come the Huggetts, Movie, 1948 IMDB

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Dmitry_P RU

2019-04-07 03:43

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[Image: herecomethehuggetts1948engmp4_snapshot_000034660.jpg]
Follows: /movie_40443-Holiday-Camp.html
Followed by: /movie.php?id=42028

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Dmitry_P RU

2019-04-07 03:47

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A trailer (of a milkman?) at 00:13:34: [Image: herecomethehuggetts1948engmp4_snapshot_001334227.jpg]

Dmitry_P RU

2019-04-07 03:53

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Character played by Peter Hammond works at the garage: [Image: herecomethehuggetts1948engmp4_snapshot_010044754.jpg]

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-04-07 09:33

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Dmitry_P wrote A trailer (of a milkman?) at 00:13:34: [Image: herecomethehuggetts1948engmp4_snapshot_001334227.jpg]


That is not a trailer, it has its own electric power and the milkman walked in front, controlling it through a joystick handle.

http://www.milkfloats.org.uk/random4.html

The General Post Office had lots as well. You could tell they weren’t milk floats because they had filled in sides and were painted red.

http://caev.weebly.com/great-britain.html

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Dmitry_P RU

2019-04-07 12:20

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I see, thanks for the explanation.

dsl SX

2019-04-07 18:09

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The registration plate indicates it was a self-powered vehicle, not needed if pulled by horse/pony/person or anything else with legs. But as jfs says, that doesn't have to mean the driver sat on it. CAN 359(?) was West Ham, late 1947.

Discussion on film locations in the Huggetts films (4 in total??) here.

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