Following a misunderstanding, a humble clerk gets the reputation of a ladies' man.

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Charles Victor ...
George Potter
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Vera Clandon
Marjorie Rhodes ...
Marjorie Potter
Bruce Seton ...
James Pelly
Robert Raglan ...
Crosby
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Jennifer Potter
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Dennis Potter
Lloyd Lamble ...
Detective Sgt. Bolton
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Middleton
Ewen Solon ...
Inspector Bradley
Alex MacIntosh ...
TV Interviewer
Reginald Hearne ...
Bannister
Deidre Mayne ...
Miss Morton
Glen Alyn ...
Mrs. Middleton
Alexander Field ...
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Following a misunderstanding, a humble clerk gets the reputation of a ladies' man.

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He didn't know he had it in him.
28 April 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

While the movie may seem rather mild, the point was how Potter became a lingerie designer in a swish office with his family cashing in on the talent and wealth.

It was one bold blonde who, in a naughty moment pushed trembling Potter into a business he never could have dreamed of. He began to act the role that he had been assigned and thus the imagery projected into reality. It shows what a smart cookie can do. She should have been paid more!

I liked her line: "Well, dig that crazy Pottie!" When she laughed that out he was a weak, fumbling, middle-aged husband, afraid of a kiss.


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