[Starring] Vivien Leigh and Rex Harrison in the film A Storm in a Teacup
Based on the light comedy by James Bridie from the play by Bruno Frank.
A widow has been fined for non-payment of her dog licence, and her dog Patsy has been confiscated. This starts a storm of trouble in the little Scottish town of Baikle.
Author (of light comedy):
Author (of source play):
Victoria 'Vickie' Gow:
Are the new methods for increased productivity now being introduced in industry, agriculture and in our daily life being pursued with enough energy? Will they improve our standard of living? Can the methods reported on by our working parties be introduced into British factories? These problems are dealt with in this documentary film programme.
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