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This film is similar to Brewsters Millions and is a precursor to Laughter In Paradise.the basic premise is that Bobby Howes and Diana Churchill are each left 80000 pounds in an uncles will on condition that they must go into domestic service for one month and remain with the same employer without being sacked.So 0f course there are plenty of pitfalls along the way.Lots of familiar faces doing familiar things.Fred Emney is a drunk friend,Wylie Watson,Bertha Belmore.The real problem with this film is that it is static.It is photographed so that you feel as if you are sitting in the stalls.The camera doesn't move and there is virtually no editing.It makes it rather dull to look at.Bobby Howes was one of those performers who fell out of favour with the coming of world war 2.Apart from a few bits he appeared in no more leading roles in films.
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