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Leslie Phillips struggles with this drama/comedy that has a few very predictable gags and some serious scenes that don't really fit together.
As a new graduate, Phillips runs an ethical vet practice while a fellow student that cheated on his exams runs a wealthy but dodgy business, and uses Phillips in a scheme to export old horses to France for their meat.
Phillips was known at the time on the TV series "Doctor in the house", and it's a bit difficult to know at the start of the scene whether it's going to be a funny scene or tragic, which sometimes makes for uncomfortable viewing.
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