Work Is a Four Letter Word

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Time Out says

A disastrous reworking of Henry Livings' play Eh?, recognisable only in that the hero still grows aphrodisiac mushrooms in the boiler-room of the automated factory where he works and is currently honeymooning with his new bride. Livings' wonderful mental slapstick (with not so much his characters' bottoms as their minds exposed in long woolly underwear as their spiritual trousers fall down) has been reduced to a pitifully trite satire on automation. A few amusing bits survive the gaudily trendy direction.
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Release details

UK release:

1967

Duration:

93 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Peter Hall

Cast:

Julie May, Joe Gladwin, Zia Mohyeddin, Elizabeth Spriggs, Cilla Black, David Warner, Alan Howard

Music:

Guy Woolfenden

Art Director:

Philip Harrison

Editor:

Jack Harris

Cinematography:

Gilbert Taylor

Screenwriter:

Jeremy Brooks

Producer:

Thomas Clyde

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