Every Home Should Have One
|Every Home Should Have One|
|Directed by||Jim Clark|
Herbert Kretzmer |
Barry Took and Marty Feldman
British Lion Film Corporation|
Quartet Films (U.S.)
Every Home Should Have One is a 1970 British comedy film directed by Jim Clark and starring Marty Feldman, Judy Cornwell, Patrick Cargill, Penelope Keith and Julie Ege. It was released in the United States in theatres and on home video under the title Think Dirty.
An advertising man is tasked by his boss with trying to come up with a sexy new image for porridge. He is also struggling with his chaotic home life, where his wife has become involved in a campaign to "clean up" television.
- Marty Feldman as Teddy Brown
- Judy Cornwell as Liz Brown
- Patrick Cargill as Wallace Trufitt
- Jack Watson as McLaughlin
- Patience Collier as Mrs. Monty Levin
- Penelope Keith as Lotte von Gelbstein
- Dinsdale Landen as Vicar Geoffrey Mellish
- Annabel Leventon as Chandler's secretary
- John McKelvey as Colonel Belper
- Moray Watson as Chandler
- Sarah Badel as Joanna Snow
- Michael Bates as Magistrate
- Shelley Berman as Nat Kaplan
- Julie Ege as Inga Giltenburg
- ↑ "BFI | Film & TV Database | EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE ONE (1970)". Ftvdb.bfi.org.uk. 2009-04-16. Retrieved 2014-01-22.
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