A young British woman is getting married, and as she goes through her trousseau we see the stories behind four of the items that were bought on Bond Street in London.

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Jean Kent ...
Ricki Merritt
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George Chester-Barrett
Kathleen Harrison ...
Ethel Brawn
Derek Farr ...
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Julia Chester-Barrett
Ronald Howard ...
Steve Winter
Paula Valenska ...
Elsa
Patricia Plunkett ...
Robert Flemyng ...
Frank Moody
Adrianne Allen ...
Mrs. Taverner
Kenneth Griffith ...
Len Phillips
Joan Dowling ...
Norma
Charles Goldner ...
Waiter
James McKechnie ...
Inspector Yarrow
Leslie Dwyer ...
Barman
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A young British woman is getting married, and as she goes through her trousseau we see the stories behind four of the items that were bought on Bond Street in London.

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29 March 1950 (USA)  »

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A Rua da Vaidade  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Aubrey Mallalieu died after release. See more »

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Steve Winter: [Len is blackmailing someone] You're going to give me that card, Len.
Len Phillips: Am I?
Steve Winter: Yes, you are.
Len Phillips: That's what you think.
Steve Winter: I don't think, I know.
Len Phillips: What makes you so sure? Do you want to pick trouble?
Steve Winter: [Smiling] I don't Len, I just want you to give me that card.
Len Phillips: Here, who do you think you're talking to?
Steve Winter: You, Len. I know your type; all bluster and no guts.
Len Phillips: Well, I got friends, see, and if you try anything - ...
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Cinematic short stories
18 December 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Bond Street is a visual short story compilation. The stories are connected by a series of objects bought in London's Bond Street for the bride in an upcoming wedding. A dress, string of pearls, veil and bouquet all have a story attached to them. The film is universally well played and tightly directed, with scripts by three separate authors. Nevertheless, the stories merge well to make a pleasing whole. We run the gamut from heavy drama to light British farce, the variety of styles guaranteeing a satisfying experience. Well photographed, on location at times, the titles thanking the "unsuspecting residents of Bond Street" for their contribution.


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