Three Spare Wives (1962)

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Three Spare Wives (1962)

A man from England goes to the Middle East to settle the affairs of an uncle who lives there for several years and he learns his uncle has three wives. And per the country's tradition, his wives are now his. Problem is that he's already married. But he learns that there are consequences if he rejects them. So he brings them to England and doesn't know how to tell his wife so he tries to keep his wife from finding out about them. but when she does things become complicated.
UK
IMDb  5.8 /10
Creators
Director Ernest Morris
Writer Eldon Howard
Writer Talbot Rothwell
Information
Release Date
Runtime1h 10mins
GenreComedy
Content RatingNot Rated (Not Rated)
Awards
CompanyDanziger Productions Ltd.
CountryUK
LanguageEnglish
John Hewer
John Hewer
Rupert
Mrs. Hoensby
Gale Sheridan
Gale Sheridan
O'Hara
Dani Seper
Dani Seper
Blini
Golda Casimir
Golda Casimir
Fatima
Tony Doonan
Tony Doonan
Beckwythe
Doris Gilmore
Doris Gilmore
Veronica
Edward Palmer
Edward Palmer
Mr. Probyn
Raymond Rollett
Raymond Rollett
British Consul
Customs Chief

Three Spare Wives

Three Spare Wives is a 1962 British comedy film directed by Ernest Morris and starring Susan Stephen, John Hewer, Robin Hunter. It was based on a play by Talbot Rothwell.


Cast

  • Susan Stephen as Susan
  • John Hewer as Rupert
  • Robin Hunter as George
  • Barbara Leake as Mrs Hoensby
  • Ferdy Mayne as Fazim Bey
  • Gale Sheridan as O'Hara
  • Dani Seper as Blini
  • Golda Casimir as Fatima
  • Tony Doonan as Beckwythe
  • Doris Gilmore as Veronica
  • Edward Palmer as Mr Probyn
  • Norman Wynne as Jocko
  • Raymond Rollett as British consul
  • Noel Purcell as Sir Hubert
  • Neil Wilson as Customs Chief
  • Garard Green as Customs officer