Run For Your Wife
Sunday 15th September 2013
Two wives. One big problem. Starring Danny Dyer, Ray Cooney's film version of his multi-award winning, record breaking stage play Run For Your Wife is released on DVD on 16th September 2013, courtesy of Ridge Film Distributors.
John Smith (Danny Dyer)is a taxi driver and the happiest man in the world. He loves his job, he loves his wife and he loves South London where they live - and he also loves North London where he lives with his other wife! Perfect until one day he does something heroic by saving an old bag lady from two young muggers. John's ideal existence is immediately threatened by the press, the police and his best friend Gary (Neil Morrissey), who, in attempting to help John cover up his marital deception only achieves further mayhem.
Will John prevent huge media coverage of his heroism? Will John and Gary stop the two wives meeting? Will the police be kept at bay? Over a crazy period of 24 hours John and Gary madly attempt to save John's blissful marriages.
Also featuring Christopher Biggins, Lionel Blair, Nicholas Le Provost, Ben Cartwright, Derek Griffiths, Carli Norris, Nick Wilton, Jeffrey Holland, Louise Michelle and the Best of British Cameos including Judi Dench, June Whitfield, Lucy Fleming, Marguerite Porter, Jenny Seagrove,Donald Sinden, Marcia Warren, Russ Abbot, Cliff Richard, Su Pollard, Linda Baron, Robin Askwith, Bernard Cribbins, Nicky Henson, Sylvia Syms, Liza Goddard,Derren Nesbitt,Prunella Scales, Barry Cryer, Frank Thornton, Bill Pertwee, Rolf Harris, Brian Murphy, Louise Jameson,Vicki Michelle, Maureen Lipman, Andrew Sachs, Richard Briers, Belinda Carroll, Giles Watling, Tony Britton, Eric Carte, Moray Watson, Geoffrey Palmer, Geoffrey Davies, Jacqueline Clarke, Michael Cochrane, Simon Williams, William Gaunt, Pam Cundell, Jean Fergusson, Carolyn Lyster, Mark Wingett, Timothy West, Wendy Craig, Derek Fowlds, Annie Rogers and Wanda Ventham.
- None or TBC
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.