Practical joker Hugh Griffith (Tom Jones) leaves 50,000 pounds to each of his four surviving relatives: hard-on-servants Fay Compton, banker George Cole, rotter Guy Middleton, and pulp novelist Alastair Sim. But there’s one last practical joke for each of them. Britain’s top-grossing film of the year “introduced” a young Audrey Hepburn, in a small role as a cigarette girl.
Practical joker Henry Russell (Hugh Griffith) leaves 50,000 pounds to his four surviving relatives, including his cousin, retired army officer Deniston Russell (Alastair Sim). There’s just one stipulation – each of them has to undertake a task completely out of character for one month.