Much Too Shy is a 1942 British comedy film directed by Marcel Varnel and starring George Formby, Kathleen Harrison, Hilda Bayley and Eileen Bennett. The cast includes radio star Jimmy Clitheroe (as George's brother), later "Carry On'" star Charles Hawtrey, Peter Gawthorne and Joss Ambler.
|Much Too Shy|
|Directed by||Marcel Varnel|
|Written by||Walter Greenwood (screen adaptation)|
Michael Vaughan (additional scenes)
John L. Arthur
Jack S. Marks
|Based on||original story by Ronald Frankau|
|Produced by||Marcel Varnel|
Ben Henry (associate producer)
|Edited by||Max Brenner|
|Music by||Harry Bidgood (uncredited)|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures Corporation (UK)|
Formby's featured songs are They Laughed When I Started to Play (Formby/Cliffe), Talking to the Moon About You (Day), Delivering the Morning Milk (Formby/Gifford/Cliffe) and Andy the Handy Man, written by Eddie Latta.