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  1. Lock Up Your Daughters!: Directed by Peter Coe. With Christopher Plummer, Susannah York, Glynis Johns, Ian Bannen. A trio of randy sailors go looking for girl-friends in 18th-century London.

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    • Comedy
    • Peter Coe
    • 1969-06-13
  2. Lock Up Your Daughters! is a 1969 British comedy film directed by Peter Coe and starring Christopher Plummer, Susannah York and Glynis Johns. It is an adaptation of the 1959 stage musical of the same name set in 18th-century Britain, which in turn is based on the 1730 comedy, Rape upon Rape , by Henry Fielding It lacks all the songs ...

    • David Deutsch
  3. 22 de jul. de 2019 · Lock Up Your Daughters! (1969) 4.3. ( 8) Comedy based on the book `Rape upon Rape’, by Henry Fielding; and also `The Relapse’, by John Vanbrugh. Set in the 18th century, the story involves the love affairs of three bawdy women and three sailors. Director: Peter Coe. Stars: Christopher Plummer, Susannah York, Glynis Johns, Ian ...

  4. Lock Up Your Daughters! es una película dirigida por Peter Coe con Christopher Plummer, Susannah York, Glynis Johns, Ian Bannen .... Año: 1969. Título original: Lock Up Your Daughters!. Sinopsis: Tres rijosos marineros van en busca de ligues en el Londres del siglo XVIII.

    • Peter Suschitzky
    • Peter Coe
    • Reino Unido
    • Comedia
  5. 26 de ene. de 2024 · Título original: Lock Up Your Daughters! Año: 1969 ; País: Reino Unido; Dirección: Peter Coe; Intérpretes: Christopher Plummer, Susannah York, Glynis Johns, Ian Bannen, Tom Bell, Elaine Taylor, Jim Dale, Kathleen Harrison, Roy Kinnear; Argumento: Henry Fielding (obra "Rape Upon Rape") Guión: Keith Waterhouse, John Vanbrugh ...

    • Peter Coe
    • Christopher Plummer
  6. Screenplay Information. Based on the musical Lock Up Your Daughters , book by Bernard Miles, music by Laurie Johnson, lyrics by Lionel Bart (London, 28 May 1959) and the play The Coffee House Politicians or The Justice Caught in His Own Trap by Henry Fielding (London, 1730) and the play The Relapse; or, Virtue in Danger by John Vanbrugh (London