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A young man from Yorkshire inherits a sizeable legacy from his millionaire father. He decides to try the nightlife of London and meets a young girl performing in a nightclub. She intends to take him for all he's got and he's quite happy to be taken.Written by
Steve Crook <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Opening credits: All characters and events in this film are fictitious. Any similarity to actual events or persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. See more »
[at the mill, before Broadbent's funeral, the employees are speculating on the size of his estate]
How much d'you think he's left?
Well, if he'd been in shoddy, I should have said about...
... a hundred and fifty thousand.
But seeing as how he were only a rag merchant...
... not more than forty thousand.
Get away with you! I bet it's not a penny less than...
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Opening credits prologue: BARFIELD, YORKSHIRE, IS NO BEAUTY. ITS PRIDE ARE ITS "RAG AND SHODDY" WOOL TRADES
IT FIRMLY BELIEVES THAT WHERE THERE'S MUCK THERE'S MONEY
A good "value for money" film demonstrating just how well the British (and even Yorkshire folk) can laugh at themselves. A good supporting cast headed up by Diana Dors who is irresistible to our hero Chayley from "oop north" and uses all her ample charms to help the poor lad to get value for his money. Unfortunately only a minor role for Leslie Philips in one of his earlier films.
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