What Every Woman Wants (1954 film)
|What Every Woman Wants|
|Directed by||Maurice Elvey|
|Produced by||David Dent|
|Written by||Talbot Rothwell|
|Based on||play Relations Are Best Apart by Edwin Lewis|
Brenda De Banzie
|Music by||Edwin Astley|
|Edited by||Robert Jordan Hill|
David Dent Productions (as Advance)
|Distributed by||Adelphi Films Ltd. (UK)|
|10 June 1954 (London) (UK)|
What Every Woman Wants is a 1954 British comedy film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring William Sylvester, Elsie Albiin and Brenda De Banzie. It was based on a play Relations Are Best Apart by Edwin Lewis. A large extended family gather together in a small overcrowded house in the English Midlands.
- William Sylvester - Jim Barnes
- Elsie Albiin - Jane
- Brenda De Banzie - Sarah
- Patric Doonan - Mark
- Dominic Roche - Bill
- Joan Hickson - Polly Ann
- Brian Rix - Herbert
- Joan Sims - Doll
- Beckett Bould - Tom
- Prunella Scales - Mary
- Douglas Ives - Sam
- Edwin Richfield - Frank
TV Guide rated the film two out of five stars, and noted "a realistic drama," in which,"housing shortages and unemployment, both delicate problems in England at the time, are treated in an effective, unpreachy manner." 
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- "The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film". google.co.uk.
- "What Every Woman Wants". TVGuide.com.
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