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Lock Up Your Daughters! (1969) Poster

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Peter Bayliss replaced another actor at the 11th hour
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Lock Up Your Daughters! was based on a novel by Henry Fielding. Six years before this film. Susannah York had a featured role in an adaptation of another Fielding novel, Tom Jones (1963).
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Filming in Kilkenny caused great controversy and consternation in March 1968 when it was announced that several nude scenes would have to be filmed.
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The only cinema film to be directed by the famed theatrical director, Peter Coe.
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Although it takes its title and some of its plot from the popular musical play, this film leaves out all of the show's songs, has no other music from the stage version, changes many story details and takes its lead character (played by the top-billed Christopher Plummer) from an entirely different play, Sir John Vanbrugh's "The Relapse" - which is set in a different historical period (and century).
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