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Every Home Should Have One

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Every Home Should Have One

Every Home Should Have One
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Directed by Jim Clark
Written by Herbert Kretzmer
Barry Took and Marty Feldman
Starring Marty Feldman
Judy Cornwell
Patrick Cargill
Julie Ege
Shelley Berman
Distributed by British Lion Film Corporation
Release date(s) 24 June 1970
Running time 94 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Every Home Should Have One is a 1970 British comedy film directed by Jim Clark and starring Marty Feldman, Judy Cornwell, Patrick Cargill, Penelope Keith and Julie Ege.[1]

Plot

An advertising man is tasked by his boss with trying to come up with a sexy new image for porridge. He is also struggling with his chaotic home life, where his wife has become involved in a campaign to "clean up" television.[2]

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