I need a marriage licence.
Two and six.
It must be tonight.
And no-one must know.
Ten shillings. Come at ten o'clock. Would you like a blessing? Sixpence.
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I reviewed this movie when it was released in 1969. At that time I thought it was absolutely rib-splitting. It deals mainly with the attempts of an English Fop (we're talking the 1700's here) to maintain the chastity of his daughters. It is ribald fare and the comedy a bit along the lines of TOM JONES, but it is worth the price of admission just to see this father, fake cheek mole plopped in place, his finery and lace cuffs set just so, rush from situtation to situation in little prig-ish strides.
I would love to see it released on Video.
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