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Runnicles, a clerk in a small-town British bank openly depicted in the film as the branch of Barclays Bank in Windsor High Street  is horrified when a package arrives containing pornography, rather than the new calculator he expected. Performing farce properly is much harder than no more sex please were british in Chelmsford ordinary comedy.
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Set Designer Bill Kassay and Set Dresser Malca Gilbin convey the idea of a s London flat, but the use of an intercom system proved a bit awkward and obvious when the actors were sometimes literally standing behind the set wall to deliver the messages that were to come through it.
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His efforts to dispose of it, while avoiding detection, turn into a farcical series of events involving a bank inspector, the police, and a local criminal to whom the pornography actually belongs. This article needs additional citations for verification.
Needham seems less about naughty good humor than about gratuitousness. Frances Hunter was played initially by Belinda Carroll. The story surrounds an assistant bank manager, Peter Hunter, played by Dash Samari, who lives in a flat above his bank with his new bride Frances, portrayed by Kelly Dobkins.
Writing in , at the time of the American release, a reviewer for The New York Times wrote: "In its own way, it is well done