MAN ABOUT THE HOUSE (1974): Catering student Robin Tripp sees nothing unusual about sharing a flat with two girls, Chrissy and Jo. Indeed, it works well except when his flat mates try their hand at cooking or his natural male urges get the better of him. But their daily game of cat and mouse is threatened when their warring landlords, George and Mildred roper, are targeted by a greedy and unscrupulous property developer, Spiros, who sees their residence as a delectable target for demolition to make way for brand new office towers.
FATHER, DEAR FATHER (1973): Widower and famous thriller writer Patrick Glover thinks it may be time to settle down again as a way to regain some control over his wayward daughters. Throw in an all-night noisy party, a case of mistaken identity, a mis-proposal to the cleaning lady, a nutty priest, the return of an ex-wife and her jealous husband, a scheming brother and a daughter’s accident-prone boyfriend and you have all the ingredients for high farce.
GEORGE AND MILDRED (1980): Mildred plans a plush London Hotel escape to celebrate their wedding anniversary–however unhappy George might be at the cost (and intimacy) involved. But the getaway turns hilariously sour, when George is mistaken for a deadly hit man, by a shady businessman, who wants his rival eliminated.