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Mary Kent (as Shelagh Frazer)
Mandy Miller ...
Anne Kent (as Mandy)
Gary Billings ...
Peter Kent
Fusty Bentine ...
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Grampy
Olga Lindo ...
Aunt Maud
Lionel Murton ...
Harry
Mary Laura Wood ...
Jacqueline
Jan Miller ...
Sue
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Miss Pettigrew
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Mrs. Buttons (as Anita Bolster)
Michael Bentine ...
The Professor
Dorothy Dewhurst ...
Mary's Mother
Robin Brown ...
Junior
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More laughs than ever! A showman's picture for Showmen!!

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28 August 1957 (Denmark)  »

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Ferien mit Papa  »

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Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?
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Traditional
Arranged by Bruce Montgomery
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Forgotten family fun classic
24 April 2017 | by (London, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I saw this rare film theatrically on a re-release in the late 1960's and loved it. Well, I was about the same age as the boy in the film, so I really connected to the characters. I remember the wonderful vivid colour photography and overall fun story of a family (without mom) having multiple disasters on holiday in an old windmill. I think I may have seen this on BBC TV once in the 1970's, but that was it. The film appears to have completely disappeared. I wonder why? Anyway, I recommend it if you ever have a chance to see it. Kenneth More delivers as always, as does the entire cast. I do have an unofficial DVD from an old VHS copy of an old VHS recording and can only dream of seeing it properly again remastered in HD.


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