Sailor Beware

(1957)

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AKA: "Panic in the Parlor"
Synopsis: I never thought I'd ever give a film a "1 (awful)" vote on IMDb - surely every film has some redeeming feature that can haul it away from the bottom of the barrel that it is so enthusiastically scraping. Even the "so bad it's good" argument can bump a score up a point or two. But here it is - without a doubt THE most worthless film I've ever sat through (and as I write this I still wonder that I managed to sit through it at all). The film's "plot" revolves around the impending marriage of a sailor and how he deals with his fiancée and her family. But to call it a "plot" at all is a little generous. Basically it's nothing more than a vehicle for Peggy mount to shout endlessly. Shirley Eaton and Ronald Lewis blend seamlessly into the grey background as the prospective couple and some fine British "talent" drift in and out and add nothing at all to the film. No twists, no jokes, precious little story and no redeeming features - just Peggy Mount shouting.
 
Directed by: Gordon Parry
Cast: Peggy Mount, Cyril Smith, Shirley Eaton, Ronald Lewis, Esma Cannon