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

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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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
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Tulip
Sarah Caldwell ...
Judy Brown
Hugh Futcher ...
Swothard
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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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You've got to sing... swing.. and do your own thing... And no one does it better in merry young London than Herman's Hermits See more »

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Comedy | Musical

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G | See all certifications »
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January 1968 (USA)  »

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Let's Go! Herman's Hermits  »

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(TCM print) | (Turner Library Print)

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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Morton DaCosta was the original director of this film. Producer Allen Klein replaced him during filming with Saul Swimmer. See more »

Quotes

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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Soundtracks

Holiday Inn
Written by Geoff Stephens
Performed by Herman's Hermits
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Fantastic movie for any Herman's Hermits fans!
6 September 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm a big fan of this movie, but that's only to be expected, as I am also a big fan of Herman's Hermits. (Their faces adorn a whole wall in my room...what can I say.) I found this movie to be both entertaining and visually appealing, showing Manchester and the more hoppin' London of the time. I'm very familiar with each one of the Hermits (Herm, Lek, Keith, Barry, and Karl), and for those who also know of each one and their personalities, it's great seeing the lads and hearing their banter. Peter, especially, shines and does a quality job in the main role. (Not surprising, considering he had been an actor prior to Herman's Hermits.) In the movie, the boys buy shares in a racing greyhound, but must form a band to make money to race her. The story follows Herm and the lads as they travel from Manchester to London, meeting new people and trying to achieve musician status. I've seen all the Beatles movies, and in comparison, found this plot to be more riveting. Of course, I could've watched the movie with the sound off, and just enjoyed fangirling over how cute the boys were. I must mention that my mother is a baby-boomer and found the movie to be dull and lifeless. Though I'm 16, the Hermits are my favorite band and I love their music and each member (I'm a sucker for happy bubble-gum pop and adorable Mancunians.)I would recommend this movie highly to any fan.


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