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Although it takes its title and some of its plot from the popular musical play, this film leaves out all of the show's songs, has no other music from the stage version, changes many story details and takes its lead character (played by top-billed Christopher Plummer) from an entirely different play, Sir John Vanbrugh's "The Relapse"--which is set in a different historical period (and century).
Hanc Caesari presem / A fluctu defendit.
Sir Tunbelly Clumsey: What does it mean? My Greek is not of the best.
Gossip: 'Tis Latin, and translates thus: 'The reason that she is not ducked / Is that by Caesar she is... '
When the Night Watchman sees Gossip writing in his diary, he comments, "Thinks he's another Master Pepys!" Samuel Pepys's private, encrypted diary was not published until 1825 (the century after the action of "Lock Up Your Daughters!" takes place).
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