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His and Hers (film)

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His and Hers
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Directed byBrian Desmond Hurst
Written byJan Englund
Robert Lowell (as Mark Lowell)
Stanley Mann
Produced byHal E. Chester
Janette Scott
Wilfrid Hyde-White
Nicole Maurey
CinematographyTed Scaife
Edited byMax Benedict
Music byJohn Addison
Sabre Film Production
Distributed byEros Films
Release dates
  • 24 January 1961 (1961-01-24) (London, UK)
Running time
90 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

His and Hers is a 1961 British comedy film directed by Brian Desmond Hurst and starring Terry-Thomas, Janette Scott and Wilfrid Hyde-White.[1] The film follows an eccentric author who tries to impose his lifestyle on his reluctant wife.

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While researching his latest novel "I Conquered the Desert" in North Africa, Reggie Blake (Terry-Thomas) finds himself lost in the desert. Rescued by a Bedouin tribe, and finally shipped home, Reggie enthusiastically adopts Bedouin dress and customs, much to the frustration of his wife (Janette Scott). Fran declares herself unable to live with him, so they split their home down the middle. There is further drama when Reggie's publisher (Wilfrid Hyde-White) rejects his new novel out of hand.



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