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Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter

Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter(1968)

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  • a lovely film

    • Mike
    • 6/16/12

    One of a kind, this is an understated masterpiece. For all ages and for the ages.

  • An underrated Sixties artifact

    • Petula
    • 12/13/08

    This is a beautifully photographed, Big Sixties style musical, not a low-budget quickie, and it's well worth owning. A fantastic Graham Gouldman song, "It's Nice To Be Out In The Morning" kicks things off, and between the dazzling Mod fashions, homespun all-ages wisdom (Mona Washbourne is present--need we say more?), Peter Noone and the Hermits' charm..."Gone With the Wind" it's not, but as a colorful, kid-friendly taste of Swinging England for those of us who were too young to be there, it's great. I once had this film in VHS as an 80s kid, but no longer. DVD it, please!

  • Release this for purchase

    • Glenda Smart
    • 6/13/08

    Please release this movie for purchase. I love it and am a member of the Peter Noone fan club and have been a fan for years. I've seen it on TCM and would really like to have it.

  • Mrs. Brown needs to be on DVD

    • margaret
    • 11/26/07

    Would love to have this movie on DVD for all of us Herman's Hermits/Peter Noone fans. I would buy for my friends a copy and have a couple for myself. I'm a Noonatic

  • Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter

    • Alexis Lynn
    • 3/28/06

    Please release Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter on DVD or VCR! I would love to own this movie. I am a BIG fan of Herman's Hermits starring Peter Noone. I am a Noonatic! Thank You!!!

  • Closed Captioning

    • Shirley
    • 3/27/06

    I hope that when Mrs. Brown is released in DVD it will have closed captioning? Thanks

  • VCD or DVD of Mrs. Brown

    • Nina Gomez
    • 3/26/06

    Please release Mrs. Brown, you've got a lovely daughter on VCD or DVD format because I love watching movies at home. I would rather have genuine and original VCD/DVDs because I do not buy pirated versions of movies or music. It is better quality and I don't support the illegal trade called "piracy". Most importantly I'm a noonatic - a Herman's Hermits fan and I love Peter Noone. He's so cute!

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