|Inn for Trouble|
|Directed by||C. M. Pennington-Richards|
|Produced by||Ted Lloyd|
|Written by||Fred Robinson|
|Starring||Peggy Mount |
|Music by||Philip Green|
|Edited by||Tom Simpson|
Hyams and Lloyd Productions (as Film Locations)
|Distributed by||Eros Films (UK)|
Inn for Trouble is a 1960 British comedy film - a spin-off of the 1950s sitcom The Larkins - starring Peggy Mount, David Kossoff and Leslie Phillips; the title makes silent allusion to the real Trouble House Inn in Gloucestershire near Tetbury.
The Larkin family takes over a run-down country public house, "The Earl Osbourne", but their efforts to rejuvenate business are impeded by the long-standing tradition of free beer being distributed by the local Earl. The film is notable for the final credited appearance of Graham Moffatt in the role of Jumbo.
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