The Pleasure Garden

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The Pleasure Garden is a short film directed by James Broughton that won the Prix de Fantasie Poetique (Best Poetic Fantasy Film) at the Cannes Film Festival in 1954.[1] It is a satirical comedy, filmed in the grounds of the Crystal Palace Park, London. It includes performances by two rising stars in British comedy, Hattie Jacques and John Le Mesurier.[2]


  1. Sally Barber, Review of The Pleasure Garden from the New York Times.
  2. The Pleasure Garden (1952). British Film Institute. Retrieved on 1 November 2013.