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The Amorous Prawn

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The Amorous Prawn

The Amorous Prawn
film poster
Directed by Anthony Kimmins
Produced by Leslie Gilliat
Written by Anthony Kimmins(play and screenplay)
Nicholas Phipps
Starring Ian Carmichael
Joan Greenwood
Cecil Parker
Music by John Barry
Cinematography Wilkie Cooper
Editing by Thelma Connell
Studio Covent Garden Films
Distributed by British Lion Films
Release date(s) Nov 26, 1962
Running time 89 min
Country UK
Language English

The Amorous Prawn or The Amorous Mr. Prawn is a 1962 British comedy film directed by Anthony Kimmins and starring Ian Carmichael, Joan Greenwood and Cecil Parker.[1] General Fitzadam receives his final posting in the remote Scottish Highlands, where his wife decides to run their residence as a hotel for wealthy Americans. The film was based on a farcical play by Kimmins.

In the United States the film was retitled The Playgirl and the War Minister to exploit the Profumo Affair.[2]

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  • Internet Movie Database


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