Don't Bother to Knock
Don't Bother to Knock (released as Why Bother to Knock in the United States) is a 1961 British comedy film directed by Cyril Frankel from a screenplay by Denis Cannan and Frederic Gotfurt, based on the 1959 novel of the same name by Clifford Hanley. It stars Richard Todd, Nicole Maurey, Elke Sommer, June Thorburn, Rik Battaglia and Judith Anderson.
Bill Ferguson, a travel agent in Edinburgh, has an argument with his girlfriend Stella after he loses the key to his apartment. Unnoticed by Bill, Maggie, an American business associate of his, finds his key in his trouser cuff where he had dropped it, but, before returning it, she makes a copy of the key and gives Bill a gift of a case containing several copies of the key with his address on an attached metal tag.
|editor||Anne V. Coates|
|keywords||business trip edinburgh festival meet travel agent|
|publisher||Associated British Picture Corporation|