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Albert Passingham (Character)
from Made in Dagenham (2010)

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Made in Dagenham -- A dramatization of the 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant, where female workers walked out in protest against sexual discrimination.
Made in Dagenham -- Clip: You Can Tolerate Them

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  1. Made in Dagenham (2010) Played by Bob Hoskins

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From Made in Dagenham (2010)
Albert Passingham: This dispute's got nothing to do with what skill level you are. Ford decided to give you less money because they can. They're allowed to pay women a lower wage than men. All over the country women are getting less because they're women. You'll always come second. You'll always be fighting over the scraps from the top table, until you...
Rita O'Grady: Until we get equal pay, yeah.
Albert Passingham: Yeah.
Rita O'Grady: What I don't get is why it's so important to you.
Albert Passingham: I got brought up by my mum. Me and me brothers. She worked all her life. And she paid my aunt Lil to take care of us during the day. And it was hard, especially as she was getting less than half than what the blokes at the factory was getting, for doing the same work. And there was never any question that it could be any different. Not for her. Someone has got stop these exploiting bastards getting away with what they've been doing for years. And you can, you can, Rita, believe me.
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