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House of Whipcord (1974) Poster

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The character of Mrs. M. Wakehurst alludes to the British "moral reformer" Mary Whitehouse.
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Peggy Cummins auditioned for the role of Mrs. Wakehurst, but didn't get the role because Pete Walker thought she looked too attractive and hence was wrong for the part.
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Originally Alfred Shaughnessy had written a treatment for 'House of Whipcord' but left as he was in full writing commitments on Upstairs, Downstairs (1971). Then Pete Walker decided to have David McGillivray write the screenplay.
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Penny Irving receives an "introducing" credit.
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The song playing during the scene at the cafe is Tokoloshe Man by John Kongos from 1971.
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