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Keep It Up Downstairs

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Keep It Up Downstairs

Keep It Up Downstairs is a 1976 British sex comedy film directed by Robert Young and starring Diana Dors, Jack Wild and William Rushton. The film is also called Can You Keep It Up Downstars? and My Favorite Butler.[1]

The film follows the adventures of the sex-crazed inhabitants of the bankrupt Cockshute Castle, and the attempts of Lord and Lady Cockshute to find a rich wife for their disinterested inventor son Peregrine.



  1. ^ "Keep It Up Downstairs", British Film Institute, retrieved 23 February 2013 

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