Folly to Be Wise

Folly to Be Wise

1952, Comedy
Army chaplain Captain William Paris (Alastair Sim), who is head of entertainment at a base, is trying to figure out how to entertain the troops. Unsure of what will rouse the crowd, Paris creates a "brain trust" featuring local experts -- including a professor, a painter (Roland Culver), and the painter's wife (Elizabeth Allan) -- to go on stage and answer questions posed by the soldiers. But when the topic turns to matrimony, problems in the artist's marriage become apparent to all.
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