Doctor In The House details
|Starring:||Kenneth More, Kenneth More, Muriel Pavlov, Donald Houston, Donald Sinden, Dirk Bogarde, Kay Kendall, James Robertson Justice, Muriel Pavlow|
|Genre:||Comedy - Romantic|
|Studio:||ITV STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Doctor In The House
|Run time:||1 hour 32 minutes|
|Rental release:||30 Sep 2002|
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Classical and light comedyBy Slah from Cambridge , 13 Jan 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]A light movie with good ol' characters.
Funny for my young generation to see how students were living in these times (or supposed to be living).
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Oh DoctorBy Emjay69 (327 reviews) from Kidlington, Oxford , 02 Oct 2011Not as good as I wanted. In fact, a bit of a let down, really.
I was expecting a great deal more of the slapstick, camp, humour but no. Don't get me wrong, it's a good film and quite funny but it's not in the 'Carry-On' league.
Classy comedyBy JC66 (5 reviews) from Isle of Mull , 27 Apr 2010We rented this for 2 reasons: first I'm a great fan of Dirk Bogarde - particularly his post-Doctor films; and second because this was in the BFT's top 100 UK selling films. Expectations were low, but we really enjoyed its pre-Carry-On innocence. Enormously entertaining, we're now ordering more of the series.
Doctor in the HouseBy Miriam from Ealing, London , 21 Nov 2009An enjoyable clean and simple comedy.
Doctor in the HouseBy Carrie40 (32 reviews) from Kidlington , 07 Sep 2008I thoroughly enjoyed this film. I did see it a long time ago but it is the sort of film I could watch over and over again. The amin characters are very endearing and I particularly like James Robinson Justice's character 'Sir Lancelot Spratt' who stands for no nonsense from anyone and is not afraid to say what he thinks or who he upsets! The wards are ruled by steernly looking sisters and matrons but there is a lot to be said for this as hygiene was of the utmost importance! You will also recognise Ernest Clarke who appeared in the tv series of 'Doctor in the House' back in the 70's. He played the 'Lancellot Spratt' character. I would recommend watching this film especially if you love British comedy of that era.
good stuffBy a customer from morecambe england , 04 Oct 2007well worth renting and watching