The phrase "sowing your wild oats" used to refer the period in a young man's life when he felt free to have sex with as many people as possible, enjoy life, and have fun before settling down. The phrase, though not the behaviour, has long ago dropped out of common usage. You'll get the feeling of times long ago when watching this film, though it derives from a play written in 1948 and filmed in 1951.
Diminutive, bald-headed Robertson Hare is marvellous as the unlikely wild oats sower, and involved in the claims and counter claims, the scandals and the revelations are "full on" performances from Stanley Holloway, Sam Costa, Irene Handl, and Australian-born Vera Pearce. Enjoy also the first screen appearance of Audrey Hepburn.
The visual quality is excellent, as is the audio quality, but there are no sub titles.