Following an unconventional upbringing by his mother George Duckworth, now a vicar, has an odd attitude to women. He visualizes his female parishioners undressed but is scared of physical ... See full summary »

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Himself - Introduced by
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Clare Duckworth and Julia Roach
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Rev. George Duckworth
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Miss Elphinstone
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Lady Birdwell
Ann Beach ...
Miss Unwin
Jacob Witkin ...
Boris Duckworth
Grant Bardsley ...
George as a child
John Biggerstaff ...
Mr. Pollard
Peter Godfrey ...
Doctor
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Following an unconventional upbringing by his mother George Duckworth, now a vicar, has an odd attitude to women. He visualizes his female parishioners undressed but is scared of physical contact. When the seductive Julia joins his congregation she turns out to be a man-eater in every sense. Written by don @ minifie-1

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26 April 1980 (UK)  »

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The book that George is reading in the bathtub is "The Water Babies" by Charles Kingsley - perhaps a symbol of his arrested development. See more »

Goofs

When George imagines the female members of his congregation naked during his sermon, the personnel is not the same as when they are clothed; notably, Joan Collins is not present in the naked scene but is in the clothed scene. However, the hats all match. See more »

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Lord Jesus, Think On Me
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Music by William Daman
Lyrics by Synesius of Cyrene (430 A.D.), translated by Allen W. Chatfield
Performed by John Alderton
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