Doctor in Trouble

Overview

This offbeat comedy begins when Doctor Burke Leslie Phillips chases the beautiful Ophelia Angela Scoular on board an ocean liner and is trapped. He masquerades as a female photographer to avoid detection, hoping to propose marriage to Ophelia. Burke tries to avoids the suspicion of pompous Captain Spratt Robert Morley, who plays the stuffy skipper with his usual comic flair. James Robert Justice plays the captain's blue-blooded brother Sir Lancelott Spratt.
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Overview

This offbeat comedy begins when Doctor Burke Leslie Phillips chases the beautiful Ophelia Angela Scoular on board an ocean liner and is trapped. He masquerades as a female photographer to avoid detection, hoping to propose marriage to Ophelia. Burke tries to avoids the suspicion of pompous Captain Spratt Robert Morley, who plays the stuffy skipper with his usual comic flair. James Robert Justice plays the captain's blue-blooded brother Sir Lancelott Spratt.
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Special Features

Commentary with Leslie Phillips ; Photo gallery
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/2/2011
  • UPC: 089859866623
  • Original Release: 1970
  • Rating:

  • Source: Vci Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Enhanced
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:31:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 82,394

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Leslie Phillips Dr. Burke
Harry Secombe Llewellyn Wendover
James Robertson Justice Sir Lancelot Spratt
Angela Scoular Ophelia
Irene Handl Mrs. Dailey
Simon Dee Basil Beauchamp
Robert Morley Capt. George Spratt
Freddie Jones Master At Arms
John Le Mesurier Purser
Graham Stark Satterjee
Janet Mahoney Dawn Dailey
Graham Chapman Roddy
Jacki Piper Pretty Girl
Fred Emney Sir Thomas Relph
Yuri Borienko Enormous Pole
Yutte Stensgaard Eve
Sylvana Henriques Audrey
Marcia Fox Jean
Tom Kempinski Stedman Green
Anthony Sharp Chief Surgeon
Marianne Stone Spinster/Plain Woman
John Bluthal Taxi Driver
Gerald Sim 1st Doctor
Joan Sims Russian Captain
Jimmy Thompson
Technical Credits
Ralph Thomas Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Bert Batt Asst. Director
Peter Boita Editor
Betty E. Box Producer
Lionel Couch Art Director
Jack Davies Screenwriter
Courtenay Elliott Costumes/Costume Designer
Eric Rogers Score Composer
Ernest W. Steward Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Doctor in Trouble
1. Intro [4:56]
2. A New Patient [5:30]
3. All Aboard [7:32]
4. One of Them [6:34]
5. Scheming [8:30]
6. Doctoring Suit [5:18]
7. Driving Her Potty [6:37]
8. Dinner or Lunch? [7:53]
9. Scrub and Polish [7:15]
10. Woman Overboard [9:17]
11. Costume Party [8:58]
12. You'll Pick it Up [8:07]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Doctor in Trouble
   Play
   Scenes
   Extras
      Commentary With Leslie Phillips - On
      Commentary With Leslie Phillips - Off
      Dolby 5.1
      Mono
      English Subtitles - On
      English Subtitles - Off
      Photo Gallery
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