Don't Just Lie There, Say Something!

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Sir William Mainwaring-Brown (Phillips) is the spokesman for a Government anti-porn Bill; Under Secretary Ovis (Rix) is kidnapped, on his way to to be married, by hippies opposed to the legislation; Sir William gets in a muddle with his mistress and his secretary (Lumley, then in bimbo mode); the leader of the Opposition (Royle) turns out to be the grandfather of the leader of the hippies (Katy Manning). Based on a play by Michael Pertwee: farcical political 'sleaze' from the era of Edward Heath - dire and very stagebound.
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Release details

UK release:

1973

Duration:

91 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Bob Kellett

Cast:

Peter Bland, Derek Royle, Joanna Lumley, Joan Sims, Brian Rix, Leslie Phillips, Katy Manning

Music:

Peter Greenwell

Art Director:

Ken Court

Editor:

Al Gell

Cinematography:

Jack Atcheler

Screenwriter:

Michael Pertwee

Producer:

Andrew Mitchell

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