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Don't Just Lie There, Say Something DVD

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Sir William Mainwaring-Brown, a British Government Minister, puts forward a bill to battle filth (permissive behaviour) in the UK. However, that doesn't stop him having an affair with both Miss Parkyn (his secretary) and Wendy (the wife of a high-up reporter). Opponents to the bill - mainly some hippies, led by Johnny - kidnap the Minister's best friend and co-sponsor of the bill, Barry Ovis, just as he is on the way to the church to marry his fiancee, Jean. Later and following a tip off by Johnny, the police raid the hippies' flat. The intention is to discredit Barry Ovis by making it appear that he was involved in an orgy and therefore, remove any credibility that the Law and Order Bill might have had. Thankfully (for Barry), he escapes before the police discover him and dashes back to Sir William's flat followed by Edith, one of the hippies. Meanwhile, the Minister is also trying to use the flat to carry on his affairs with both Wendy and Miss Parkyn. The Minister, Barry and Jean try to keep the truth from Inspector Ruff, Wilfred Potts (an ancient MP, who is staying temporarily in the adjoining flat) and Birdie (the Minister's wife). Not only that, but they have to try to deal with the hippies who do their utmost to discredit Mainwaring-Brown and Ovis. Naturally this causes no end of trouble.

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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play  Sir William Mainwaring-Brown a British Government Minister puts forward a bill to battle filth (permissive behaviour) in the UK However that doesn&39;t stop him having an affair with both Miss Parkyn (his secretary) and Wendy (the wife of a high-up reporter)   Opponents to the bill - mainly some hippies led by Johnny - kidnap the Minister&39;s best friend and co-sponsor of the bill Barry Ovis just as he is on the way to the church to marry his fiancee Jean   Later and following a tip off by Johnny the police raid the hippies&39; flat The intention is to discredit Barry Ovis by making it appear that he was involved in an orgy and therefore remove any credibility that the Law and Order Bill might have had Thankfully (for Barry) he escapes before the police discover him and dashes back to Sir William&39;s flat followed by Edith one of the hippies   Meanwhile the Minister is also trying to use the flat to carry on his affairs with both Wendy and Miss Parkyn The Minister Barry and Jean try to keep the truth from Inspector Ruff Wilfred Potts (an ancient MP who is staying temporarily in the adjoining flat) and Birdie (the Minister&39;s wife) Not only that but they have to try to deal with the hippies who do their utmost to discredit Mainwaring-Brown and Ovis Naturally this causes no end of trouble

Farcical British comedy based on the play by Michael Pertwee. Leslie Phillips stars as Sir William Mainwaring-Brown, a Government minister with a roving eye who has just introduced a bill to combat libertarian behaviour in Britain. Sir William, however, is having affairs with both his secretary Miss Parkyn (Joanna Lumley) and Wendy (Anita Graham), the wife of an eminent reporter. A group of hippies who oppose the bill seek to derail his campaign by discrediting co-founders Sir William and his best friend Barry Ovis (Brian Rix).

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