Mad About Men

Overview

Mad About Men is the delightful sequel to the saucy British comedy-fantasy Miranda. Glynis Johns returns in the dual role of amorous mermaid Miranda and her somewhat more reserved "human" lookalike Caroline. Having inherited a house in Cornwall, Caroline goes on an extended holiday, whereupon Miranda takes her place as mistress of the estate. The dialogue is rather silly and obvious, but there's much fun to be had as Miranda casts out her net for every eligible male in the vicinity. Though not a big hit in the ...
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Overview

Mad About Men is the delightful sequel to the saucy British comedy-fantasy Miranda. Glynis Johns returns in the dual role of amorous mermaid Miranda and her somewhat more reserved "human" lookalike Caroline. Having inherited a house in Cornwall, Caroline goes on an extended holiday, whereupon Miranda takes her place as mistress of the estate. The dialogue is rather silly and obvious, but there's much fun to be had as Miranda casts out her net for every eligible male in the vicinity. Though not a big hit in the US, Mad About Men became a "Late Show" mainstay on TV, especially when color television came into common usage.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/8/2014
  • UPC: 089859871825
  • Original Release: 1954
  • Rating:

  • Source: Vci Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Time: 1:22:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 27,218

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Anne Crawford Barbara
Donald Sinden Jeff Saunders
Margaret Rutherford Nurse Cary
Dora Bryan Berengaria
Glynis Johns Miranda/Caroline
Nicholas Phipps Barclay Sutton
Peter Martyn Ronald
Noel Purcell Old Salt
Joan Hickson Mrs. Forster
Judith Furse Viola
Irene Handl Mme. Blanche
David Hurst Mantalini
Martin Miller Dr. Fergus
Deryck Guyler Editor
Anthony Oliver Pawnbroker
Harry Welchman Symes
Marianne Stone Parlor Maid
Ken Richmond
George Woodbridge
Stringer Davis
Meredith Edwards Police Constable
Martin Boddey
Dandy Nichols
Henry Longhurst
John Horsley
Douglas Ives
Technical Credits
Ralph Thomas Director
Peter Blackmore Screenwriter
Betty E. Box Producer
Joan Ellacott Costumes/Costume Designer
Benjamin Frankel Score Composer
Ernest W. Steward Cinematographer
Gerald Thomas Editor
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Mad About Men
1. The Mermaid Inn [6:42]
2. Meeting Miranda [6:13]
3. Sitting In [7:06]
4. Flirting [7:57]
5. Dinner Date [9:43]
6. The Fiancee [7:06]
7. Engaged No More [6:34]
8. Record Catch! [6:34]
9. Invitations [4:51]
10. Trading Places [6:26]
11. The Concert [5:56]
12. Fishy Performance [6:05]
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