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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1.66 : 1
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Not a sequel to The Fast Lady (1962), although advertised as such in the cinema trailer. See more »

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The amount of whitewash on Fathers face changes between shots. See more »

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The Scrubbers Song
Music by Norrie Paramor
Lyrics by Tony Hatch
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Smorgasbord of English comedy greats
13 January 2006 | by (Blue Mountains, Australia) – See all my reviews

For anyone who likes classic Brit sitcoms of the 'As Time Goes By' type, this movie will leave you with lots of laughs and a feeling of bonhomie.

The larger than life James Robertson Justice, better known to fans of the 'Doctor' series of Richard Gordon book-derived movies, is always worth watching. He is one actor whose presence can keep a movie afloat no mater how bad the supporting cast. In this movie, he is ably supported by an excellent cast of English comedians, including the great Hugh Lloyd, Leslie Phillips, Ronnie Barker and so on.

Beautifully photographed unlike many other Brit movies of the 1960s, it holds up well. I'm not aware of a DVD release, but the print screened on free-to-air Sydney TV today was stunning. Look out for it!


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