No Sex Please, We're British is a 1973 British comedy film directed by Cliff Owen and starring Ronnie Corbett, Ian Ogilvy, Susan Penhaligon and Arthur Lowe. It is based on the 1971 play No Sex Please, We're British with a number of changes to the original plot.
Runnicles, a clerk in a small-town British bank (openly depicted in the film as the branch of Barclays Bank in Windsor High Street), is horrified when a package arrives containing pornography rather than the new calculator he expected. His efforts to dispose of it, while avoiding detection, turn into a farcicalseries of events including a bank inspector, the police and a local criminal to whom the pornography actually belongs.
- Ronnie Corbett – Brian Runnicles
- Ian Ogilvy – David Hunter
- Susan Penhaligon – Penny Hunter
- Beryl Reid – Bertha Hunter
- Arthur Lowe – Mr Bromley
- Michael Bates – Mr Needham
- Cheryl Hall – Daphne
- David Swift – Inspector Paul
- Deryck Guyler – Park keeper
- Valerie Leon – Susan
- Margaret Nolan – Barbara
- Gerald Sim – Reverend Mower
- John Bindon – Pete
- Stephen Greif – Niko
- Michael Robbins – Car driver
- Frank Thornton – Glass Shop Manager
- Michael Ripper – Traffic warden
- Lloyd Lamble – American man
- Mavis Villiers – American lady
- Sydney Bromley – Rag & Bone Man
- Brian Wilde – Policeman in park
- Eric Longworth – Man with Lighter
- Edward Sinclair – Postman
- Robin Askwith – Baker's delivery man
- Writing in 1979 at the time of the American release, a reviewer for The New York Times wrote: "In its own way it is well done...(with) its simpleminded and by now rather outdated double and triple entendres"
- TV Guide commented: "A pleasing performance from Corbett...saves this otherwise average British farce from the usual doldrums."