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Father's Doing Fine

Father's Doing Fine
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Directed by Henry Cass
Produced by Victor Skutezky
Written by Noel Langley (play)
Anne Burbnaby
Starring Richard Attenborough
Heather Thatcher
Noel Purcell
Virginia McKenna
Music by Philip Green
Harold Smart
Cinematography Erwin Hillier
Editing by Edward B. Jarvis
Studio Marble Arch Productions
Distributed by Pathé
Stratford Pictures Corporation
Release date(s) August 1952
Running time 83 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Box office £127,822 (UK)[1]

Father's Doing Fine is a 1952 British comedy film directed by Henry Cass and starring Richard Attenborough, Heather Thatcher, Noel Purcell and Sid James. It was based on the 1950 play Little Lambs Eat Ivy by Noel Langley.



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  • Internet Movie Database

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