British Film Comedy: The Saucy 70s DVD

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KEEP IT UP DOWNSTAIRS A bawdy British period romp in the classic Seventies sex comedy mould! The year is 1904; Cockshute Towers, one of England's stateliest homes, is threatened with bankruptcy and both the masters and servants are prepared to co-operate in any way necessary to find some cash! NOT NOW COMRADE Packed with mistaken identities, assumed names, confusion, double-takes and triple entendres, this uproarious British farce tells the story of Rudi, a Russian ballet star who defects to the West, and the chaos that befalls those who try to help him! ALL... THE WAY UP Fred Midway will do anything to climb to the top of the corporate tree, and he's equally keen to bump up his family's social status. When his aspirations suffer various setbacks, Fred tries to turn a desperate situation to his advantage! EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE ONE Teddy the advertising executive has a big problem to deal with his ineptitude has been mistaken for talent by his boss and he's been tasked with finding an erotic angle to sell frozen porridge! [show more]

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Released
29 October 2018
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361 minutes 
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PAL 
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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  Keep It Up Downstairs A bawdy British period romp in the classic Seventies "sex comedy" mould! The year is 1904; Cockshute Towers, one of England's stateliest homes, is threatened with bankruptcy and both the masters and servants are prepared to co-operate in any way necessary to find some cash! Not Now Comrade Packed with mistaken identities, assumed names, confusion, double-takes and triple entendres, this uproarious British farce tells the story of Rudi, a Russian ballet star who defects to the West, and the chaos that befalls those who try to help him! All The Way Up Fred Midway will do anything to climb to the top of the corporate tree, and he's equally keen to bump up his family's social status. When his aspirations suffer various setbacks, Fred tries to turn a desperate situation to his advantage! Every Home Should Have One Teddy the advertising executive has a big problem to deal with his ineptitude has been mistaken for talent by his boss and he's been tasked with finding an erotic angle to sell frozen porridge! Actors: Warren Mitchell, Marty Feldman, Diana Dors, Leslie Phillips, Carol Hawkins Directors: James MacTaggart, Jim Clark, Robert W. Young, Harold Snoad, Ray Cooney Number of discs: 4