Dentist in the Chair
Dentist in the Chair is a 1960 British comedy film, directed by Don Chaffey and starring Bob Monkhouse, Ronnie Stevens, Eric Barker and Vincent Ball. The screenplay was written by Val Guest, and based on a novel by Matthew Finch. Additional scenes were written by Bob Monkhouse and George Wadmore.
|Dentist in the Chair|
|Directed by||Don Chaffey|
|Produced by||Bertram Ostrer|
|Written by||Matthew Finch (novel)|
|Music by||Ken Jones|
|Edited by||Bill Lenny|
|Distributed by||Renown Pictures Corporation|
Dentist on the Job (1961), a sequel, followed.
Two dental students, David Cookson (Monkhouse) and Brian Dexter (Ronnie Stevens) become mixed up in the misadventures of a thief, Sam Field (played by Kenneth Connor), when he tries to sell them stolen dental equipment.
- Bob Monkhouse as David Cookson
- Peggy Cummins as Peggy Travers
- Kenneth Connor as Sam Field
- Eric Barker as The Dean
- Ronnie Stevens as Brian Dexter
- Vincent Ball as Michaels
- Eleanor Summerfield as Ethel
- Reginald Beckwith as Mr. Watling
- Stuart Saunders as Inspector Richardson
- Ian Wallace as Dentist
- Peggy Simpson as Miss Brent
- Jean St. Clair as Lucy
- Rosie Lee as Maggie
- Charlotte Mitchell as Woman in Surgery
- Philip Gilbert as Young Man in Surgery
- Jeremy Hawk as Dental Instructor
- Harry Hutchinson as Porter
- Alf Dean as Wrestler
- Sheree Winton as Jayne
- Julie Alexander as Nurse
The film was the 11th most popular movie at the British box office in 1960.
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