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Lady Buckering, an English widow, has four daughters; Doreen, married to Dougall and about to give birth at home, and Gerda, Bicky and Catherine. The story revolves around the impending birth and the love affairs of the other three daughters; Bicky, with eccentric student Roly; Gerda, married to artist Wilfred; and Catherine, in love with the landlord's son, Clifford Magill. In addition, the impoverished Lady Buckering is being courted by Dr. Drew.Written by
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Associated British made good war films but awful comedies till they came up with the Carry Ons.If it were not for the fact that this film was made in colour you would reckon this to be a quota quickie.Just one main set,photographing this from centre stage,perfunctory editing and cacophonic music.This film was totally unfunny and a total waste of the talent involved.
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