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Inn for Trouble

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Inn for Trouble
"Inn for Trouble" (1960).jpeg
Directed byC. M. Pennington-Richards
Written byFred Robinson
Produced byTed Lloyd
StarringPeggy Mount
David Kossoff
Leslie Phillips
Charles Hawtrey
CinematographyEric Cross
Edited byTom Simpson
Music byPhilip Green
Production
companies
Hyams and Lloyd Productions (as Film Locations)
Distributed byEros Films (UK)
Release date
February 1960
Running time
90 min
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

Inn for Trouble is a 1960 black and white British comedy film intended as a low budget filler to support a main feature in the days of cinema double features. it was a spin-off of the 1950s sitcom The Larkins - starring Peggy Mount, David Kossoff and Leslie Phillips; the title makes allusion to the real Trouble House Inn in Gloucestershire near Tetbury.

Plot

The Larkin family takes over a run-down country public house, "The Earl Osbourne". The pub has a resident young French artist, Yvette.

Meanwhile a property developer wants to buy the pub to knock it down to build a brand new "roadhouse" instead. He sends his nephew Percy to investigate.

Their efforts to rejuvenate business are impeded by the long-standing tradition of free beer being distributed by the local Earl. They try to trick people in with the same promise of free beer.

Meanwhile Percy Pirbright continually tries to catch the pub out by dragging the local policeman along to observe alleged breaches of the law (all without success).

A natural spring erupts in the cellar causing a flooding problem. However, they are finally offered £20,000 for the pub (which was very generous) and they also sell the formula for their own beer: the secret ingredient being the spring water.

Trivia

The film is notable for the final credited appearance of Graham Moffatt in the role of Jumbo and the final appearance of A. E. Matthews as Sir Hector Gore-Blandish.

Cast

External links


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