It is the Swingin’ Sixties and Timothy Bartlett (Norman Wisdom) is a middle-aged, timid banker whose lot has blessed him with a hum-drum, uneventful married life with children. Having to attend the bank’s conference at a seaside resort, Timothy drives there and picks up two attractive, teenage, hitchhikers on the way. Nikki (Sally Geeson) and Meg (Sarah Atkinson) open up Timothy’s eyes to the fun-filled free-love world of the late 1960′s and despite Timothy’s reluctance…the only way is up!
Pitkin and Mr Grimsdale this feast of flesh and pathos is certainly not! But for lovers of lightweight swinging sixties sex comedies and The Pretty Things appearing in a psychedelic club scene What’s Good for the Goose is a must. Groovy Man!