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

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Charles Victor ...
George Potter
Frances Day ...
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 Sergeant Bolton
Patrick Holt ...
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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March 1957 (UK)  »

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21 June 2002 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Jack Benny could say it best about this movie: ...

It's amazing how anything so short can feel so painfully long. Now the basic gist of it is some crime is committed, and the cops are checking up on where everyone was last Thursday, and one feller's wife says he works late on Thursdays, but it turns out that he DOESN'T, because he has some secret mission of delivering 20 pounds to some woman, so the wife thinks he's having an affair, and somehow, in all this, he ends up owning a lingerie company.

What the? 4/10.


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