Doctor in Charge: Season 2, Episode 14

Any Complaints? (15 Dec. 1973)

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The Municipal and District Hospital Patients' Protection League has received six hundred and seventy complaints about Duncan Waring, and he only has thirty patients on his ward. When the ... See full summary »

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Robin Nedwell ...
Geoffrey Davies ...
Ernest Clark ...
Sydney Bromley ...
Mr. Golightly
Ronald Mayer ...
Chairman
Betty Marsden ...
Emmeline Broadway
Frederick Bennett ...
Old Governor
Fran Fullenwider ...
Angela Daniels
Sheila Grant ...
Sister
Betty Hare ...
Mrs. Peters
Lucy Griffiths ...
Mrs. Hopkins
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The Municipal and District Hospital Patients' Protection League has received six hundred and seventy complaints about Duncan Waring, and he only has thirty patients on his ward. When the board of governors has a new member, the terrifying Mrs. Broadway, maybe it's time to bring in the charm offensive, since Dick is doing a roaring trade as a medi-florist and purveyor to patients of chocolates which are just past the sell-by date. By the end of the day, however, it's Duncan who wants to complain. Written by don @ minifie-1

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"There isn't a po under my bed!"
29 October 2006 | by (Ambrosia) – See all my reviews

Duncan is having problems with a cantankerous elderly patient named 'Mr.Golightly' ( Sydney Bromley ). Among his numerous demands are for a chamber pot under his bed at night. Duncan points out that the toilet facilities on the ward are more than adequate, but the old boy is having none of it. Meanwhile, complaints from patients reaches a record high, thanks to the 'Patients Protection League' - founded by none other than Dick Stuart-Clark. Dick's latest money-making activities include putting flowers in the wards, and selling revolting chocolates to patients. Duncan must put a stop to these wheezes, especially as the Board of Govenors has a new member - the fearsome 'Mrs.Emmeline Broadway' ( Betty Marsden of 'Round The Horne' )...

I have a few complaints regarding 'Any Complaints?'. Phil Redmond's script is fairly dire, containing little by way of a decent plot or jokes. Marsden ( of 'Round The Horne' fame ) is wasted. Fran Fullenwider, who plays the sex-mad 'Angela Daniels', was an actress with a distinctive physical shape who later found notoriety as one of 'The Transylvanians' in 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show'. Sydney Bromley was the farmer in the 'Stop - You're Killing Me' serial in 'The Two Ronnies'.

Funniest moment - determined to prove to Duncan he has had a bath, Mr.Golighty exposes himself to a ward full of female patients.


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