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Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter (1968)

 -  Comedy | Musical  -  January 1968 (USA)
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Friends Herman, Karl, Keith, Derek and Barry are working class Manchester lads who aren't getting very far in their respective working lives. That fact is epitomized by Herman's failure to ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Noone ...
Herman Tulley
Karl Green ...
Karl
Keith Hopwood ...
Keith
Derek Leckenby ...
Derek
Barry Whitwam ...
Barry
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G.G. Brown
Mona Washbourne ...
Mrs. Brown
Lance Percival ...
Percy Sutton
Marjorie Rhodes ...
Grandma Gloria Tulley
Sheila White ...
Tulip
Sarah Caldwell ...
Judy Brown
Hugh Futcher ...
Swothard
Drewe Henley ...
Clive
Avis Bunnage ...
Tulip's Mother
John Sharp ...
Oakshot
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Friends Herman, Karl, Keith, Derek and Barry are working class Manchester lads who aren't getting very far in their respective working lives. That fact is epitomized by Herman's failure to get the promotion to junior account executive at the advertising company at which he works. Regardless, his Grandmother Gloria, with who he lives, has faith in him. What Herman really wants to do is race Mrs. Brown, a greyhound inherited from his now deceased grandfather. Mrs. Brown is a natural racer and has the potential to win. His four mates have bought equal ownership of Mrs. Brown. Their problem is is that what little money they collectively have goes into the care and feeding of Mrs. Brown, which doesn't leave them enough money for such things as race entry fees, the ultimate race being one held in London. So, they try to raise money by their band Herman's Hermits playing at whatever gig they can get. In their quest to get themselves to London and Mrs. Brown into that race, they get into one ... Written by Huggo

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London is for the "birds" - and the loveliest birds of all are flocking to Herman and his Hermits! See more »

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Woman on Embankment: [as Percy the Hobo blocks her taking a photograph of the Houses of Parliament] Here. Watch it. You're messing up the Houses of Parliament.
Percy Sutton: Well, Madame, I'm not the only one.
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Featured in Lionpower from MGM (1967) See more »

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There's A Kind of Hush (All Over the World)
Performed by Herman's Hermits
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Better than expected
28 July 2006 | by (South Carolina) – See all my reviews

I was ten years old when the British Invasion reached the shores of North America in 1964, and I was fourteen when the Hippie Revolution took-off in 1967-68. I think this Herman's Hermit movie was a bridge between the two time periods. It reminded me of how the Monkees attempted to jump from the mod to the flower power era during the second season of their TV series.

I was crazy about the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Gerry & the Pacemakers and the Dave Clark Five, but I always looked down at Herman & his pals as an overly cutesy girl band. My sisters, Pat & Barb, loved them. However, I found myself rather enjoying this film for many reasons. One thing that stands out is that it is moodier than one would expect from Peter No one. I also enjoyed the scenes with the lads trying to earn money as construction workers. Most of all I liked seeing the Hermits (without Peter) getting down with some semi-hard tunes in a London night club). It seems to me that the Hermits toured my native Wisconsin in 1977 as an instrumental group.

After all of these years I have come to have more of an appreciation for Herman's Hermits and their calmer, happier brand of British Invasion music. This movie could very well be the swan song of a cooler time before we got caught up in Viet Nam, Norhern Ireland, campus demonstrations, drugs, race riots and the rest.

I wonder if any our British counterparts out there have any idea where I could get a copy of Gerry and the Pacemakers movie, FERRY ACROSS THE MERSEY? Thanks, mate


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