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Peter Sellers as a fey clergyman, a perennial type in British social comedies of the period, who brings enlightenment to his aristocratically benighted parishioners just by being his bumblingly innocent self. One of those nudging attacks on institutional targets that became associated with the names of British filmmakers John and Roy Boulting during the late 50s and early 60s (I'm All Right, Jack is their best-known work in this vein), though John's broad, heavy hand gets the sole directing credit here (producer Roy contributed to the script). With Isabel Jeans, Cecil Parker, Brock Peters, and Ian Carmichael (1963).

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