Don't Just Lie There, Say Something!
Don't Just Lie There, Say Something! is a 1973 British film based on the popular "Whitehall Farce" written by Michael Pertwee, who also wrote the screenplay.
Sir William Mainwaring-Brown, a British Government Minister, puts forward a bill to battle filth (permissive behaviour) in the UK. However, that doesn't stop him having an affair with Wendy (the wife of a high-up reporter), as well as planning a one night stand with his secretary Miss Parkyn, when he discovers her boyfriend has gone away. Opponents to the bill - mainly some hippies, led by Johnny - decide to kidnap the Minister's best friend and co-sponsor of the bill, Barry Ovis, just as he is on the way to the church to marry his fiancée, Jean.
|keywords||best friend british government carry on church conspirator follow government minister law and order one night permissive permissive society plan police raid search|
|publisher||The Rank Organisation|