Ladies Who Do (1963)

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The "Ladies Who Do" are office cleaners. One of them discovers some hot stock tips and they make a fortune. They then make good use of it to save their old neighbourhoods from the wicked developer.


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5 March 2002 | enzedder
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| Comedy of the times that's forever funny
Who couldn't enjoy this humour? It's so pure and witty that it will appeal to anyone with class. The prim and proper characters only set the tone for the culture in which this takes place and helps with viewer placement. A group of 4 chars/char ladies (cleaning ladies) along with the help of the live-in border of one of them are able to make a fortune on the stock market from tips they find in the litter. The poorly regarded employees - middle-aged women in the early 1960s - soon get the upper hand and call the shots. It's a London that few will recognise today, helped by shots of many depressing British housing examples, total indigenous-Briton cast (no black faces) and children fearless to play in the streets. If you have the opportunity to watch this movie, open your mind and allow yourself to see things from a long-gone era of history.

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