Film adaptation of the popular BBC radio programme starring the expatriate Lyon clan, this time centering around their new house in Marble Arch.
Their antics were probably tired sitcom tropes even in 1954, and it hasn't dated particualrly well. Indeed, the only amusing parts are early roles for Belinda Lee and Arthur Hill, the latter as, of all things, a singing cowboy. So if you ever had a hankering to see Owen Marshall, Counsellor at Law, singing "Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie," you're in luck. Otherwise, you're not missing much. The rest is just standard TV comedy stuff, and indeed the success of this little film led to a long running TV series of the same name.
Followed the next year by The Lyons in Paris, which was not an improvement.