Well, it ended up more of a tribute than an out and out comedy, but it was great fun to make (at least for those who only had to turn up on the day of the shoot).
Background: Our Club (Staines Ciné & Video Society - Homepage) enters a variety of competitions but we never seem to have enough films for "fiction". I said if anyone had an idea, I'd gladly write the screenplay & direct. It didn't quite work out like that. Graham had the idea and (understandably) wanted to direct and fobbed me off with all the fun of producing (ie organising the right people to be in the right place at the right time. Fortunately I was well supported by people who would just sort out the props and costumes etc without me having to ask twice. And oh yes, he got me to play the lead.
Criticise all you like but not the aluminium front door location. We thought we'd get away with it - how wrong we were!
Oh, by the way it got three stars at BIAFF