Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary? (1952) - My Wife's Lodger (1953) (Dual Format DVD and BluRay)

Release Date: 21 June 2010 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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Double bill of Diana Dors comedies from the early 1950s. In 'Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary?' (1953), Laurie Vining (Bonar Colleano) is looking forward to a romantic honeymoon in London with his new bride Gillian (Diana Decker). Unfortunately for him, however, his ex-wife Candy (Dors) chooses this moment to question the legality of their divorce. Lawyer Frank Bettertorn (David Tomlinson) is brought in to resolve matters - only to find himself in a compromising position of his own. In 'My Wife's Lodger' (1952), soldier Willie Higginbotham (Dominic Roche) returns home after six years in service to find that his wife Maggie (Olive Sloane) has turned their home into a boarding house. Willie quickly develops a bitter enmity with smooth-talking Roger the Lodger (Leslie Dwyer). Dors plays Eunice, the Higginbothams' alluring daughter. Based on plays by Vivian Tidmarsh and Dominic Roche Starring: Diana Dors, David Tomlinson, Bonar Colleano, Diana Decker, Sid James, Dominic Roche, Olive Sloane, Leslie Dwyer, Alan Sedgwick, Vincent Dowling, Vi Kaley, David Hannaford Cinematographer: Phil Grindrod, Len Harris Directed by: Maurice Elvey Music by: W.L. Trytel, Francis Essex Produced by: David Dent Written by: Stafford Dickens


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Region B
Sound: Dolby Digital
Production Year: 1953
Main Language: English
Release Date: 21 June 2010
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance