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Every Home Should Have One

Every Home Should Have One

Alternate Title: Think Dirty

Every Home Should Have One (Think Dirty) (1970) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film Every Home Should Have One

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  • 1970
  • Example
  • British Lion Film Corporation
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Teddy Brown, Liz Brown, Wallace Trufitt, McLaughlin, Mrs. Monty Levin, Lotte von Gelbstein, Vicar Geoffrey Mellish, Chandler's Secretary, Colonel Belper, Chandler, Joanna Snow, Magistrate, Hildegarde, Nat Kaplan, Hot Dog Girl, Arthur, Mario, Leonard Crape, Trufitt's Manservant, Maud Crape, Wednesday Play Star, Inga Giltenburg, Rokes, Goldilocks Presenter, Mrs. Kaplan, Pippa, Stockbroker, Dracula's Victim, Jimpson, Hetty Soames, Arthur Soames, Richard Brown, Elvira, Shopping Man, Tolworth, Defence Solicitor, Girl, Mother in TV Commercial, Magistrates' Clerk, Ern, Taxi Driver with the Dwarfs, Porridge Eaters, Shopping Women, TV Production Assistants.
  • Vocal Talent: (Live Action): Marty Feldman (Teddy Brown), Judy Cornwell (Liz Brown), Patrick Cargill (Wallace Trufitt), Jack Watson (McLaughlin), Patience Collier (Mrs. Monty Levin), Penelope Keith (Lotte von Gelbstein), Dinsdale Landen (Vicar Geoffrey Mellish), Annabel Leventon (Chandler's Secretary), John McKelvey (Colonel Belper), Moray Watson (Chandler), Sarah Badel (Joanna Snow), Michael Bates (Magistrate), Erika Bergmann (Hildegarde), Shelley Berman (Nat Kaplan), Veronica Clifford (Hot Dog Girl), Roland Curram (Arthur, Mario), Ellis Dale (Leonard Crape), Mischa De La Motte (Trufitt's Manservant), Frances de la Tour (Maud Crape), Dave Dee (Wednesday Play Star), Julie Ege (Inga Giltenburg), Mark Elwes (Rokes), Ray Fell (Goldilocks Presenter), Hy Hazell (Mrs. Kaplan), Vicki Hodge (Pippa), David Hutcheson (Stockbroker), Judy Huxtable (Dracula's Victim), Harold Innocent (Jimpson), Maggie Jones (Hetty Soames), Charles Lewsen (Arthur Soames), Garry Miller (Richard Brown), Diana Quiseekay (Elvira), Bernard Sharpe (Shopping Man), John Wells (Tolworth), Alan Bennett (Defence Solicitor), Geraldine Gardner (Girl (uncredited), Sheila Gish (Mother in TV Commercial), Christopher Godwin (Magistrates' Clerk), David Lee (Ern), James Payne (Taxi Driver with the Dwarfs), John Hamill (Porridge Eater #1), Robert Farrant (Porridge Eater #2), Kenny Rodway (Porridge Eater #3), Rose Hill (Shopping Woman #1), Winnie Holman (Shopping Woman #2), Marianne Stone (TV Production Assistant #1), Fiona Curzon.
  • Directed By James Clark.
  • Produced By Ned Sherrin.
    Associate Producer: Terry Glinwood.
  • Written By Marty Feldman, Denis Norden, Barry Took.
    Story: Herbert Kretzmer, Milton Shulman.
  • Music By John Cameron.
  • Edited By Ralph Sheldon.
  • Casting: Thelma Graves.
  • Assistant Directors: Allan James, Grania O'Shannon.
  • Art Direction: Roy Stannard.
  • Title Designer: Richard Williams.
  • Costume Design: Daphne Dare.
  • Marty Feldman's Clothes By: Mr. Fish.
  • Makeup Artist: Richard Mills.
  • Hair Stylist: Jeanette Freeman.
  • Production Manager: Pat Green.
  • Music: John Cameron.
  • Conductor: John Cameron.
  • Sound Editor: Jim Sibley.
  • Sound Recordists: Buster Ambler, Nolan Roberts.
  • Continuity: Barbara Rowland.
  • Cinematography: Ken Hodges.
  • Camera Operator: George Minassian.
  • Processed By: Humphries Film Laboratories.
  • Produced At: Shepperton Studios.

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Comedy about an advertising man who is assigned by his boss to infuse a sex image into television commercials for porridge. While his wife runs a clean-up TV movement organized by the local vicar, he has an affair with the...  (more)

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