A Weekend with Lulu
|A Weekend with Lulu|
|Directed by||John Paddy Carstairs|
|Produced by||Michael Carreras(executive producer)|
|Screenplay by||Ted Lloyd|
|Story by||Ted Lloyd|
|Music by||Russ Conway|
|Edited by||James Needs|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
Young couple Timothy (Leslie Phillips) and Deirdre (Shirley Eaton) plan a romantic weekend on the coast in a caravan, called "Lulu", owned by the brother of their pal Fred (Bob Monkhouse) and which Fred will tow with his ice cream van, as he will be working selling ice cream over the weekend. When Deirdre's mother (Irene Handl) insists on going along as her daughter's chaperone, Timothy's plans are somewhat compromised. Then a train ferry mix-up lands the holidaymakers deep in France without passports or money. As they try to get back to England, they encounter a variety of problems, and end up being pursued across country by the French police.
- Bob Monkhouse as Fred Scrutton
- Leslie Phillips as Timothy Gray
- Alfred Marks as Comte de Grenoble
- Shirley Eaton as Deirdre Proudfoot
- Irene Handl as Florence Bell
- Sid James as Café Patron
- Kenneth Connor as British Tourist
- Sydney Tafler as Stationmaster
- Eugene Deckers as Inspector Larue
- Graham Stark as Chiron
- Tutte Lemkow as Postman Léon
- Judith Furse as Madame Bon-Bon
- Denis Shaw as Bar Patron
- Russ Conway as French pianist
Britmovie called the film a "Breezy farce spiced with Gallic wisecracks...Bob Monkhouse, Leslie Phillips and Alfred Marks play off each other energetically, whilst Irene Handl is wonderful as the interfering busybody." TV Guide gave it two out of four stars, calling it "An enjoyable comedy."
- "A Weekend with Lulu (1961)".
- "A Weekend With Lulu (1961) - Original Print Info - TCM.com".
- "Britmovie - Home of British Films". Archived from the original on 13 September 2016. Retrieved 23 October 2016.
- "A Weekend With Lulu".
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