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Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower the River (1967)

Original Title : Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower the River
Director : Jerry Paris
Writer : Max Wilk (I)
Genre : Comedy
Country : UK
Language : English
Producer : Leon Becker , Walter Shenson
Music : David Whitaker (I)
Photography : Otto Heller
Distributor : Columbia Pictures [us]
IMDB ID : 0061591
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Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower the River (1967) - Jerry Paris
 

Starring

Jerry Lewis I
Terry-Thomas H. William Homer
Jacqueline Pearce Pamela Lester
Bernard Cribbins Fred Davies
Patricia Routledge Lucille Beatty
Nicholas Parsons Dudley Heath
Michael Bates I
Colin Gordon Mr. Hartford
John Bluthal Dr. Pinto
Sandra Caron Pinto's Nurse
Margaret Nolan Spink's Nurse
Harold Goodwin II
Nike Arrighi Portuguese Waitress
John Barrard Zebra Man
Pippa Benedict Fern Averback
Alexandra Dane Masseuse
Colin Douglas I
Robbie Lee II
Al Mancini Portuguese Chauffeur
Ricardo Montez Arab (as Richard Montez
John Moore III
Molly Peters Heath's Secretary
Henry Soskin Bearded Arab
Francesca Tu Chinese Telephonist
Woody Allen Cameo appearance (uncredited
Jerry Paris Umpire in pre-credits sequence (uncredited
 

Plot

George Lester is a man who is chasing rainbows, looking for the pot of gold at the end. When his wife, Pamela grows tired of being dragged all over the world, she leaves him. While she is away, George converts her family home into a discotheque, when she returns, she threatens to send George to jail for fraud, cause she didn't give her approval. George needing some fast bucks, decides to turn to an old cohort of his, William Homer but Willy's a little short. George then decides to steal the plans to a new drill, Pamela's suitor, Dudley Heath is working on. But when George gets the mumps, he can't make it to the meeting place and refuses to give Willy the plans unless he gives him the cash first. And the buyers won't give unless they see the merchandise first.