Harriet Blossom, the lonely wife of a workaholic brassiere manufacturer, breaks her sewing machine and ends up in bed with the repairman, a mechanic from one of her husband's factories. The man, Ambrose, is supposed to leave during the night but Harriet finds him the next day still hiding in the attic. Harriet lets her new lover stay in the attic for years, managing to keep it all secret from her husband and from the detectives investigating the sudden disappearance of a certain Mr. Ambrose Tuttle. Written by
The Years Big Put-On...And Take-Off Too!
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Did You Know?
During filming, Richard Attenborough offered Shirley Maclaine the part in " Gandhi " which would eventually be played by Candice Bergen 14 years later. See more
When Mrs Blossom meets Mr Tuttle they play a game of snooker. The last ball potted is shown, a green ball. In snooker the last ball is always black. There is no reason that they were not playing according to the rules. See more
Referenced in Youth Wave
I Think I'm Beginning to Fall in Love
Written by Geoff Stephens
Performed by The New Vaudeville Band See more