- Director: Bob Kellett
- Writer: Hugh Leonard
- Producer: Josephine Douglas
In better directorial hands...this could have been something more than it is...
A decent budget, stalwart comedy actors of the time and a script that is just the right side of risque.
Danny La Rue exudes charm throughout...delivering endless doubles entendres.
It's good old-fashioned fun marred by an incompetent and unimaginative director.
Shakespearian actor Fred Wimbush's drafted during WWII. While entertaining the troops with his drag act one day, the Germans capture them. Thinking he's a girl, they let him go. He mustn't break his character until he reaches safety.