Entertaining Mr Sloane
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Joe Orton’s delicious tale of suburban perversity, in which a lascivious landlady and her gay brother attempt to seduce the titular tenant, who happens to be a psychopath, was first staged in 1964 and adapted for the BBC in 1968. Two years later Douglas Hickox directed this feature film version, with Beryl Reid as the landlady and Harry Andrews in the other main roles Peter McEnery.
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