Comedy - - EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE ONE - Marty Feldman [1970]
EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE ONE - Marty Feldman [1970]

EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE ONE:

Marty Feldman is Teddy Brown, a naïve advertising executive with a novel idea to heat up the sales of his client’s frozen breakfast cereal. Meanwhile, there’s trouble at home as Teddy’s wife, Liz (Judy Cornwell) is waging a crusade to clean up sex on television.

Nothing is sacred in this inventive comedy that depicts marriage, advertising and religious fervor with equal hilarity.
                

CAST:

Marty Feldman ... Teddy Brown
Judy Cornwell ... Liz Brown
Julie Ege ... Inga Giltenburg
Patrick Cargill ... Wallace Trufitt
Jack Watson ... McLaughlin
Frances de la Tour ... Maud Crape
Maggie Jones ... Hetty Soames
Patience Collier ... Mrs. Monty Levin
Penelope Keith ... Lotte von Gelbstein
Dinsdale Landen ... Vicar Geoffrey Mellish
Annabel Leventon ... Chandler's secretary
John McKelvey ... Colonel Belper
Harold Innocent ... Jimpson
Moray Watson ... Chandler
Alan Bennett ... Defence Solicitor

   
Time:  94 mins approx
Region: 2, 4,  / PAL
Subtitles:  None
Sound:  Mono / English
Picture:  1.33:1 / Colour
Number of Discs:  1
Classification:  15
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