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Trouble with Eve (1960)

Comedy set in the quiet English village of Warlock. Louise Kington has turned her quaint cottage into the Willow Tree Tearooms. The villagers can foresee nothing but scandal however, as ... See full summary »

Director:

Francis Searle

Writers:

June Garland (play), Brock Williams
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Cast

Cast overview:
Hy Hazell ... Louise Kingston
Robert Urquhart Robert Urquhart ... Bryan Maitland
Sally Smith Sally Smith ... Eve Kingston
Garry Marsh ... Roland Axbridge
Vera Day ... Daisy Freeman
Brenda Hogan Brenda Hogan ... Angie Kingston Rigby
Tony Quinn Tony Quinn ... Police Sergeant Bellchambers
Denis Shaw ... George Rigby
Grace Denbeigh-Russell Grace Denbeigh-Russell ... Mrs. Mordant
Bill Shine ... Alonzo, Artist
Bruce Seton ... Col. Digby-Phillpotts
Iris Vandeleur Iris Vandeleur ... Mrs. Biddle
Frank Atkinson Frank Atkinson ... Cabdriver
Kim Shelley Kim Shelley ... Mrs. Digby-Phillpotts
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Comedy set in the quiet English village of Warlock. Louise Kington has turned her quaint cottage into the Willow Tree Tearooms. The villagers can foresee nothing but scandal however, as Louise is soon found in an innocent though compromising situation with the local inspector, Roland Axebridge. The arrival of her daughter Eve provides further opportunities for innocuous sexual jokes and double entendres.

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She loved one at a time!

Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

March 1960 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

In Trouble with Eve See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Mancunian Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Soundtracks

Split Tone Rock
(uncredited)
Music by Bert Graves (pseudonym of Bent Fabricius-Bjerre)
KPM Music Ltd
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Low budget period piece
10 October 1999 | by Mart-23See all my reviews

Low budget period piece, not without charm. Very obviously a stage play, you can just imagine the entrances and exits from the main set. All the conventions of British farce are there, the male lead loses his trousers in the first twenty minutes.


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