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A film from the 50's a man keeps pulling pound notes from his trouser pocket

A man and his wife living in London? she sends him to shop to get milk, only he gives some to a hungry cat. When he gets home he finds a pound note in his pocket, and every time he puts his hand in he pulls another one out. Eventually he goes to police who find nothing in his pockets but he still does. they burn the trousers in the end....
asked Oct 24, 2015 in Name That Short by sheepdipper (1 point)

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That was an episode of "Rheingold Theatre" called "A Priceless Pocket"(1953 TV Episode)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0564814/

'James Hayter plays Henry Popple, one of life's underdogs who has struggled to make ends meet. One evening as his wife is repairing the torn pocket of his only pair of trousers he says he wishes there was more than a hole in the pocket. Wistfully his wife says she wishes he always had a pound in his pocket. He puts on the mended trousers, slips his hand in the pocket and finds a pound note! He does it again and finds another.

The magic pocket continues to produce endless pound notes. Popple is able to settle his debts and live more comfortably, but he also treats his friends and helps the poor (he gives a pound note to a beggar in the street, then impulsively puts his hand back in the pocket and gives him *another* pound note).....
answered Oct 24, 2015 by Sandy (7,700 points)
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