Let's Get Married (1960 film)

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This article is about the 1960 film. For other films with the same title, see Let's Get Married (disambiguation).

Let's Get Married is a 1960 British comedy drama film directed by Peter Graham Scott and starring Anthony Newley and Anne Aubrey.[1] It is about a medical student who is thrown out of his university, ends up working in a laundry and rebuilds his confidence with a relationship with a fashion model.

The film features Newley singing the song "Do You Mind", which also reached #1 in the British Hit Singles chart the same year.



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