Dexter King plays straight man to unpleasant comedian Ron Anderson. He falls in love with Kate, a pretty nurse he meets when he is receiving injections for hay fever. When Anderson fires him, he acquires the title role in a musical stage version of "The Elephant Man". Kate dumps him when she suspects he is having an affair with a fellow cast member, and he must win her back. Written by
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Did You Know?
The car that races to the Hospital at the end of the film (a blue Aston Martin registration "COMIC") belonged to Rowan Atkinson
. Dexter is pulled over by the police for speeding, just in the same way Atkinson was in real life, in the very same car. Atkinson received a driving ban as a result of the incident. See more
Cheryl trails her fingers across the piano keys; the sound is not heard until after the cutaway. See more
All these weeks I've been coming here, I've been wanting to ask you something. What I really want to know is... er, what's your name?
Kate... Lemmon. Horrid name!
No, no, not at all. Could have been worse. Could have been called Hitler, Tampon, or something.
Michael Fitzgerald's full credit in the movie is "Man with vacuum cleaner tube up his bottom." See more
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Crying In The Rain
Written by Carole King
& Howard Greenfield
Performed by Philip Pope
Published by Screen Gems-EMI Music Ltd. See more