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A Nice Girl Like Me (1969)

M | | Comedy | 1969 (UK)
Candy is a fetching unwed young lady with a penchant for pregnancy. Her adventures begin when she leaves her sheltered boarding school background for Paris. The result is the birth of Valentine nine months later.

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Candida
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Savage, Caretaker
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Aunt Mary
William Hinnant ...
Ed (as Bill Hinnant)
James Villiers ...
Freddie
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Aunt Celia
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Miss Grimsby
Christopher Guinee ...
Pierre
Irene Prador ...
Mme. Dupont
Douglas Wilmer ...
Doctor - Ante Natal Clinic
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Armour ...
Mr. Newton
Sorrel Breunig ...
Mrs. Newton
Rebecca Bridge ...
Angelina at Age 12 Months
Madge Brindley ...
Pensione Mama
Carmen Carpoldi ...
Valentine at Age 6 Months

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Candy is a fetching unwed young lady with a penchant for pregnancy. Her adventures begin when she leaves her sheltered boarding school background for Paris. The result is the birth of Valentine nine months later.

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Candida, dove vai senza pillola?  »

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Savage, Caretaker: I'll read you bits from the Sunday papers.
Candida: Oh, no. Please talk to me. Tell me something nice.
Savage, Caretaker: Dunfermaline beat Rangers two nil, yesterday.
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I Will Wait for Love
sung by Vikki Carr
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'Odd couple' relationship, funny and touching
29 November 2000 | by (Bristol, England) – See all my reviews

In 'Swinging Sixties' London a young woman tries to find herself by indulging in affairs which inevitably end in disaster - and childbirth. After several failed relationships, each of which adds to the population, she realises that there is one man who has always stood by her and loved her through thick and thin - her father's old manservant Savage (Harry Andrews).

It's a great 'odd couple' relationship and a real change of pace for Andrews who for once is not required to play the square-jawed hero. It's a funny and touching movie, now rather dated, but it stands up nicely as an artifact of its time; all those sophisticated settings and exotic foreign locations are eventually seen as empty and irrelevant when set against the values of home and The Love Of A Good Man.

If only real life was that simple!


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