- Director: Bob Kellett
- Writer: Caryl Brahms; David Percival
- Producer: Terry Glinwood; Ned Sherrin
With Kellett at the helm - considering his credentials - the brain can be promptly disengaged.
This has - quite rightly- been forgotten....the offense it would incur now is unfathomable. The writing is truly monstrous and is derisive of the profession - it should have been binned rather than produced.
Without exception, all the performances are horrific - even Sir Michael and especially Ms Greenwood - that grating voice!!!
Billed, inexplicably, as a comedy - this is nothing short of a criminal affront.
The straightlaced parents of a young boy who has, until now, shown no interest in the opposite sex, are surprised when he comes home with a girl/boy from the West Indies.