A gang of thieves plan to make their fortune by stealing a shipment of contraceptive pills from Finisham maternity hospital. They assume disguises and infiltrate the hospital, but ... See full summary »
Haworth is a show biz producer who has a number of ex-girlfriends that he has beaten over the years. He is now engaged to two girls- Lisa and Trenna. After drinking and starting a fight ... See full summary »
George B. Seitz
This is not so much a menage a trios as a menage of four.The leading lady being engaged to a prince and then becoming romantically involved with a young looking John Stuart and a very youthful Hugh WilliaMS.Also on view are Allen Napier before he went to Hollywood and Frank Petingell playing an Italian with a Lancashire accent.All the devices that you would expect from a Quota Quikie are there.Hugh Williams is supposed to be conducting his symphony.However what we see is him in an adjacent room with an open door so that we can hear the orchestra playing over the soundtrack.We never get to see the orchestra.There is a brief extract from Swan Lake which is performed by 6 ballerinas in an area the size of a bathroom.This film is so bad it is actually entertaining.
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