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There's Always a Thursday (1957)

 -  Comedy | Drama  -  March 1957 (UK)
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Following a misunderstanding, a humble clerk gets the reputation of a ladies' man.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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 ...
Tramp
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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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