The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom (1968)


A housewife, bored with her bra-manufacturer husband, who spends most of his time obsessed with classical music, strikes up an affair with one of his employees whom she hides in the attic–something both she and the lover find quite a suitable arrangement.

Director: Joseph McGrath.
Stars: Shirley MacLaine, Richard Attenborough, James Booth, Freddie Jones, William Rushtone, Bob Monkhouse, Patricia Routledge, John Bluthal, Harry Towb, Sandra Caron, Sheila Steafel, Frank Thornton, Barry Humphries, John Cleese, Bruce Lacey, Clive Dunn.


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  1. June 22, 2021

    This adorable film has a two page mention in the book Psychedelic Celluloid. Marvelous, I must say, it certainly is rather psychedelic and charming, off-beat, and has a certain whimsy of all its own.

  2. Chris Wilson
    July 5, 2022

    I recall seeing this movie on TV probably in the early mid 70s. Loved it then and after re-wartching recently STILL love it. Definitely meets expectations of what one imagines a late 60s hip movie would like and feel like. Still cool looking and fun after all these years.

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