Nicholas Parsons is an English actor, television and radio personality. He is best known for hosting TV shows, such as ‘Just a Minute’ (1967-present) and ‘Sale of the Century’ (1971-83). He started his entertainment career as an impersonator in a radio show and began his professional acting career after the First World War. He made his film debut in ‘Master of Bankdam’ in 1947. Some of his popular film appearances came in ‘Eyewitness’ (1956), ‘Brothers in Law’ (1957), ‘Happy is the Bride’ (1958), ‘The Wrong Box’ (1966), and ‘Spy Story’ (1976). Some of his least successful films are ‘Seaside Swingers’ (1964), ‘The Ghosts Goes Gear’ (1966), and ‘Lady Godiva’ (2008). He made his first known TV appearance in ‘BBC Sunday-Night Theatre,’ in 1950. Some of his other popular TV appearances came in ‘The Eric Barker Half-Hour’ (1951-53), ‘Here and Now’ (1955-56), ‘The Arthur Haynes Show’ (1957-65), and ‘The Ugliest Girl in Town’ (1968-69).
After getting married to his boss’s daughter, Richard decides to take the advice of his father-in-law and hire a domestic help. However, it seems to be way harder than he thinks. Eventually, a man named Ingrid arrives from Sweden, but things eventually get complicated.
Brothers in Law is a British comedy drama film, which tells the story of Roger Thursby, who is just beginning his career as a barrister. He is full of ideals as well. However, his first important case involves defending a swindler.
When the king of Gaillardia is assassinated, a struggle breaks out between Russia and Great Britain to conquer the country’s mineral wealth. The British send diplomat Carlton-Browne to turn the tide in their favor. However, the rightful heir to the throne Prince Loris has a rival—Princess Ilyena—and a revolution is also brewing.
To his wife’s dismay, Lester is forever trying to get rich quickly; but his plans always end up causing financial and personal grief for them. Finally, he enlists the help of a conman who concocts a bizarre plan to raise quick cash. Will they succeed this time?