British B&W comedy? The great Alistair Sim (in drag as Millicent and also playing her brother Clarence, Fritton) in The Belles of St Trinian’s (1954). I think the rest of the “franchise” were in colour.
But it’s a tie with School for Scoundrels (1960) Sim with Terry-Thomas and Ian Carmichael. If memory serves it is in B&W.
As has been mentioned the Ladykiilers is a bit of a wheeze and Alec Guinness in The Lavender Hill Mob (1951) is also a stand out.
My two bobs worth.
There is dual pricing all over the world
Residents and citizens get all sort of discounts on museums, parks, transportation, ski mountains
Pick any country and I guarantee you will find instances where they have resident/city discounts at all types of attractions
In case someone ever wants to do the same... Here is my experience:
After checking in we were allowed to use the priority lane at passport control.
I was immediately taken to another desk where a friendly lady asked where we were going, how long and some other things that I have forgotten. I replied that we were going to visit relatives in the Netherlands for a few weeks. And told that I had the phone number of my girlfriend who was still waiting at the airport to give an additional explanation if necessary.
The lady said that everything was fine and that it was not necessary. Maybe it helped that my daughter also has my last name. And maybe my very reliable looks played a part ;) But everything went very smooth. In the end it all took 5 minutes. I've never gotten through passport control so quickly.
My daughter's Thai passport now has a stamp with the date and the flight number written on it.
i hope he win the case...but does anyone remember when a falang win in a thai court the last time ?..i cant ..and now he goes against the thai government...must be careful that they dont charge him with laise majesties or revoke his visa....thailand has a crooked thirld world country system based on rich rule - poor serve and all squeeze the falang...human rights , anti discrimination etc..etc...ah i remember these fairy tales ...even in europe they are not everywhere applied but better than in the usa ( at least for rich whites over there ) and NEVER in los....but gd.luck anyway