Please Turn Over

Please Turn Over

Director: Gerald Thomas Cast: Ted Ray
Ted Ray
, Jean Kent
Jean Kent
, Leslie Phillips
Leslie Phillips
, Julia Lockwood
Julia Lockwood
Gerald Thomas
Please Turn Over

Please Turn Over

Director: Gerald Thomas Cast: Ted Ray
Ted Ray
, Jean Kent
Jean Kent
, Leslie Phillips
Leslie Phillips
, Julia Lockwood
Julia Lockwood
Gerald Thomas

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Overview

Please Turn Over is an updated British variation on a theme put forth by the old Hollywood film Theodora Goes Wild. A bored young teenage girl (Julia Lockwood) causes a scandal when she pens a torrid bestseller. Those close to the girl recognize themselves as characters in the book; all they can hope for is that no one else does. But as the girl's fame escalates, her friends and family enter the realm of notoriety--which turns out not to be so bad after all. Clearly inspired by the Peyton Place brouhaha, Please Turn Over was based on the long-running West End stage farce Book of the Month by Basil Thomas.


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Product Details

Release Date: 07/09/2015
UPC: 0644827225323
Original Release: 1960
Source: Reel Vault
Sales rank: 39,902

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ted Ray Edward Halliday
Jean Kent Janet Halliday
Leslie Phillips Dr. Henry Manners
Julia Lockwood Jo Halliday
Tim Seely Robert Hughes
Charles Hawtrey Jeweler
Dilys Laye Millicent Jones
Lionel Jeffries Ian Howard
June Jago Gladys Worth
Colin Gordon Maurice
Joan Hickson Saleswoman
Victor Maddern Smithy
Ronald Adam Mr. Appleton
Cyril Chamberlain Mr. Jones
George Street Removal Man
Marianne Stone Mrs. Waring
Leigh Madison Cashier
Myrtle Reed Mrs. Moore
Patrick Durkin Actor
Noel Dyson Mrs. Brent
Lucy Griffiths Actor
Celia Hewitt Young Woman
Anthony Sagar Barman
Joan Sims Beryl
Paul Cole Newspaper Boy
George Howell Butcher's Boy
Ursula Hirst Actor

Technical Credits
Gerald Thomas Director
Norman Hudis Screenwriter
Bruce Montgomery Score Composer
Peter Rogers Producer
Edward Scaife Cinematographer
John Shirley Editor

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