The Ups and Downs of a Handyman 1975

director: John Sealey  


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Country

Great Britain

Alternative Titles

  • Confessions of An Odd-Job Man

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Synopsis

THEY LOVED HIS HANDIWORK!
In the village of Sodding Chipbury, the women lead a humdrum life. The men leave home on the morning to go to work and return in the evening, tired and lacking zest. Left behind are the peeping village policeman, the newsagent sometime amateur photographer and a spanking squire... that's all. Bob has just set himself up as the local handyman and the village wives leap on him. They all have an urgent job that needs doing and Bob is not backward in coming forward. He is always ready please and they are all satisfied with the service. Jealous and cunning, they find any pretext to have him back at their homes and life is one continual coming and going. Bob soon shows signs of fatigue. Fortunately he is young and well equipped. The village policeman doesn't know which way to turn, so much is going on. The newsagent does the best he can but soon the squire has not a single buttock to lay his hands on... He manages to persuade Bob to change professions and offers him the local pub. It would seem that the village wives are parched with thirst since the drinks orders pour in, not least from the manor house. Bob, willing as always, does the deliveries and is caught in an ambush of lusty females intent on getting their deserts.

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Distributor Intervision
Catalogue Number A-A0095
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Release Date 1979
Duration: 84m 50s
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