Rattle of a Simple Man
Rattle of a Simple Man is a 1964 British comedy-drama film directed by Muriel Box and starring Diane Cilento, Harry H. Corbett and Michael Medwin, based on the 1963 play by Charles Dyer. The screenplay is about a naive man who becomes involved with a prostitute.
Percy is a 39-year-old socially inept, anxious virgin who pretends to be younger and travels by coach to London from Manchester with a group of friends to watch the FA Cup final. The group have a night out in Soho and a £50 bet leads Percy to spend the evening with prostitute Cyrenne.
|keywords||£ anxious even fa cup fa cup final group of friends manchester night out soho virgin|
|producer||William J. Gell|
|productionCompany||Sydney Box Productions|
|publisher||Associated British Picture Corporation Continental Distributing|