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A Home of Your Own (1964)

 -  Comedy  -  1964 (UK)
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Wordless comedy about the trials and tribulations which abound when a young couple attempt to build their dream home.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
The Cement Mixer
The Husband
Peter Butterworth ...
The Carpenter
The Stonemason
Bill Fraser ...
The Shop Steward
The Foreman
Ronnie Stevens ...
The Architect
Fred Emney ...
The Mayor
Janet Brown
Gerald Campion
Bridget Armstrong
George Benson ...
Douglas Ives
Jack Melford
Thelma Ruby


Wordless comedy about the trials and tribulations which abound when a young couple attempt to build their dream home.

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Very funny 'silent style' comedy
17 August 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A HOME OF YOUR OWN,released in the mid 1960's,started a trend of wordless featurette comedies in Britain(SAN FERRY ANN,THE PLANK,OUCH!,RHUBARB,etc.),and this,the first in such a style is arguably the best of them all.Jam-packed with familiar British comedy actors like Peter Butterworth,Bill Fraser,Bernard Cribbins and Richard Briers,it is sometimes a trifle repetitive and over-stretched,but has enough well-timed and genuinely amusing incident to linger in the mind long afterwards.Some of the situations and slapstick are perhaps rather obvious,but it is performed and directed with such vigour and panache that such minor quibbles are quickly forgotten.The undoubted highlight is a superbly done bit of comic business with the late,great Ronnie Barker as an increasingly enraged cement mixer.At this stage,Barker was still a relatively minor comic performer,but his work in this film helped his career further on to bigger things.His is probably the best performance out of many fine comic bits in the film.

It was originally released as a support feature to A SHOT IN THE DARK,the second 'Pink Panther' film featuring Peter Sellers and George Sanders.During the premiere,Sanders apparently told the film's producer Bob Kellett:''This film's bloody better that ours!.....''.An assessment that is perhaps a trifle unfair as A SHOT IN THE DARK undoubtedly has it's share of very funny scenes,but A HOME OF YOUR OWN is shorter and arguably a little sweeter.

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