Sunstruck, also known by the alternative title of Education of Stanley Evans, is a 1972 BritishAustralian comedy film directed by James Gilbert and starring Harry Secombe, Maggie Fitzgibbon and John Meillon.


Stanley Evans, a Welsh schoolteacher, is very proud of the choir that he's formed with his pupils. But when the girl of his dreams – a new gym teacher – marries a fellow teacher, he decides to leave and migrate to Australia for a better life 'in the sun'.

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    director James Gilbert
    editor Anthony Buckley
    genre comedy
    keywords better life record school choir spring
    musicBy Peter Knight
    producer Jack Neary James Grafton
    productionCompany Immigrant Productions
    publisher British Empire Films