The Wild Affair
The Wild Affair is a 1965 British comedy film written and directed by John Krish and starring Nancy Kwan, Terry-Thomas, Jimmy Logan, Gladys Morgan, and Betty Marsden. It was adapted from the 1961 novel The Last Hours of Sandra Lee by William Sansom.
|The Wild Affair|
|Directed by||John Krish|
|Produced by||William Kirby|
Richard L. Patterson
|Written by||John Krish|
|Based on||The Last Hours of Sandra Lee (novel)|
by William Sansom
|Music by||Martin Slavin|
|Edited by||Russell Lloyd|
|Distributed by||Bryanston Films (UK)|
British Lion Films (UK)
Seven Arts (US)
Secretary Marjorie Lee (Kwan) is engaged, but wants to have a fling before her wedding. She decides to attend the office holiday party, where her boss is the one who approaches her.
- Nancy Kwan as Marjorie Lee
- Terry-Thomas as Godfrey Deane
- Jimmy Logan as Craig
- Bud Flanagan as Sergeant Bletch
- Gladys Morgan as Mrs. Tovey
- Paul Whitsun-Jones as Tiny Hearst
- Betty Marsden as Mavis Cook
- Victor Spinetti as Quentin
- Joyce Blair as Monica
- Bessie Love as Marjorie's Mother
- Joan Benham as Assistant
- Frank Finlay as Drunk
- Frank Thornton as Manager
- "The Wild Affair (1965)". BFI.
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