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A Weekend with Lulu (1961)

Approved | | Comedy | 10 April 1961 (UK)
Fred, Tim and Deirdre plan a fun weekend break on the coast. What they didn't make allowances for was the company of Deirdre's mother who insists on coming along as her daughter's chaperone.

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Ted Lloyd (screenplay), Ted Lloyd (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bob Monkhouse ... Fred Scrutton
Leslie Phillips ... Timothy Gray
Alfred Marks ... Comte de Grenoble
Shirley Eaton ... Deirdre Proudfoot
Irene Handl ... Florence Proudfoot
Sidney James ... Café Patron
Kenneth Connor ... British Tourist
Sydney Tafler Sydney Tafler ... Stationmaster
Eugene Deckers ... Inspector Larue
Graham Stark ... Chiron
Tutte Lemkow ... Postman Léon
Judith Furse ... Mme. Bon-Bon
Denis Shaw ... Bar Patron
Stuart Hillier Stuart Hillier ... Flying Corsican
Andreas Malandrinos Andreas Malandrinos ... Lodge Keeper
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Storyline

Fred, Tim and Deirdre plan a fun weekend break on the coast. What they didn't make allowances for was the company of Deirdre's mother who insists on coming along as her daughter's chaperone.

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Wine, Women and Women! See more »

Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

UK

Language:

English | French

Release Date:

10 April 1961 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Fim de Semana Complicado See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Trivia

Russ Conway receives 'and introducing' credit. See more »

Quotes

Florence Bell: Look, none of your filthy French tricks.
[the dog yaps]
Florence Bell: Be quiet, Gaylord! You just take us back to Folkestone
railway worker: [speaking French] Comment?
Florence Bell: It's you that's common! You take us back to Folkestone else I'll write to British Railways. It's coming to something... first they take you to where you don't want to go, then they keep putting the fares up!
railway worker: You've got to come with me, Madame
Florence Bell: I will not come with you. You'll have to learn control, you French. You won't catch me putting my nose outside this ...
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Roulette
Written by Russ Conway (as Trevor H. Stanford)
Played by Russ Conway
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Oh dear............
8 July 2019 | by Lucy-LasticSee all my reviews

How btracyusa thought this one of the funniest films ever and where Monty Python might have got some of their ideas from is way beyond me as I found it a laboured bore.

Bit fan of Bob Monkhouse, but comedy actor he ain't I'm sorry to say and the only saving grace in this was Irene Handl.

Poor.


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