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Operation Cupid (1960)

 |  Comedy  |  April 1960 (UK)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Charles Farrell ...
Charlie Stevens
Avice Landone ...
Mrs. Mountjoy
Wallas Eaton ...
Cecil
Harold Goodwin ...
Mervyn
Norma Parnell ...
Lola
Charles Clay ...
Mr. Cupid
Wally Patch ...
Bookmaker
Pauline Shepherd ...
Sylvie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Neil Hallett ...
Tom
Roy Jefferies ...
Insurance Representative
Edward Malin ...
Smelly (as Eddie Malin)
Audrey Nicholson ...
Nurse
George Patterson ...
Monty
Colin Rix ...
Postman
Beth Rogan ...
Barmaid
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Geschäfte des Herrn Cupido  »

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Music by Stanley Black, Pauline Shepherd and Malcolm Lockyer
Lyrics by Bruce Wyndham (as Ray Mack)
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Eady Levy was responsible for this mess
30 December 2013 | by (london) – See all my reviews

In response to the question raised by another reviewer,the reason this atrocious mess ever reached the screen was Eady levy.This was a surcharge on every cinema ticket sold.The money collected would then go back to the producers.Once Thatcher did away with it it effectively ended the market for this type of film and for double bills.There are odd moments of humour to break the general monotony but generally speaking it is totally unfunny.It is not helped by poor direction and woeful acting.the only one who doesn't come into this category is Norma Parnell.A very attractive actress one presumes that she may have been related to the great Val Parnell.However she only seems to have had a minor career.Comes on a double DVD with 29 acacia Avenue which is a better film,though that is not difficult!


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