She Always Gets Their Man

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She Always Gets Their Man
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British quad poster
Directed by Godfrey Grayson
Written byMark Grantham (original story)
Produced by
Cinematography Lionel Banes
Edited byJohn Dunsford
Music by Bill Le Sage
Danziger Productions
Release date
Running time
61 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

She Always Gets Their Man is a 1962 British comedy film directed by Godfrey Grayson and starring Sally Smith and William Fox. [1] [2]



The ladies of the Kensington Residential Club For Women have a problem when Betty's (Ann Sears) country cousin comes to stay. Beautiful blonde Sally (Sally Smith) is an instant hit with all the men, much to the annoyance of Betty and her friends. In a desperate attempt to distract gold digging Sally from stealing their boyfriends, the women hire an actor (William Fox) to pose as a millionaire to woo her. However when the actor begins to take his role rather too seriously, Betty and her friends must put an end to the charade.


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  1. She Always Gets Their Man at Danziger Films site
  2. "She Always Gets Their Man (1962)".