A young married couple experience difficulties doing up a cottage, and are hindered by the wife's father.

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Sir Beverley Grant
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Roddy Chipfield
Stanley Baxter ...
Dexter Munro
Sally Smith ...
Juliet Munro
Eric Barker ...
Mr. Gallagher
Kenneth Cope ...
Ron
Terry Scott ...
Executioner
Hugh Lloyd ...
Fred Emney ...
Peter Jones ...
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Josh
Philip Locke ...
Stan
Timothy Bateson ...
Wally
Cardew Robinson ...
Fire Officer
Peter Woodthorpe ...
Farmer
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A young married couple experience difficulties doing up a cottage, and are hindered by the wife's father.

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31 August 1964 (Sweden)  »

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We Want to Live Alone  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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(Eastmancolor)

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1.66 : 1
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Trivia

The picture of the woman on the desk in the bank managers office is the same woman whose portrait is seen in another Baxter, Phillips,and Justice film Crooks Anonymous (1962) (she was the benefactress) See more »

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Bizarre sequence at the beginning when Dexter has a lift from Father, where it is supposed to be in a rain storm but is obviously shot on a lovely sunny day. See more »

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The Scrubbers Song
Music by Norrie Paramor
Lyrics by Tony Hatch
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WARM AND CHARMING
20 May 2001 | by (England) – See all my reviews

Yet again a film from a lost era of charm and innocence. The cast act out their respective parts well, and again add warmth and charm to the film. Robertson-justice plays an excellent part (as usual) as the pompous over-bearing Sir Beverly Grant. And, as the newly weds a renovate their cottage, viewers to the film are probably yearning to own a cottage just like it, set in beautiful surroundings.


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