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Bert Harris
Anne Aubrey ...
The Doll
Bernie Winters ...
James Booth ...
Spider Kelly
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Inspector
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Sergeant Thompson
David Lodge ...
Holy Mike
Al Mulock ...
The Dancer
Joyce Blair ...
Rene
Jean Philippe ...
Jean
Ted Heath ...
Band Leader (as Ted Heath and His Music)
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Liam Gaffney ...
Spider's father
Henry Webb ...
Barman
Brian Weske ...
Barber
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A Nave do Jazz  »

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In the cabin scene, Anne Aubrey climbs on top of Anthony Newley. During the first take, she jumped up and rushed off the set complaining to Albert R. Broccoli that Anthony was being disgusting. It turns out that, as a joke, he had a Coca Cola bottle in his pants pocket and she had leant on it. See more »

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When Al Mulock as "The Dancer" is carried to the ship's rail and tossed overboard, the stuntman who takes the fall into the Thames, although in costume, has long dark hair, while Mulock's character has distinctive short, blond curly hair. See more »

Quotes

Bert Harris: You and me could make the most beautiful music together
The Doll: Are you just a talker or do you want some action?
Bert Harris: Try me, baby
The Doll: Hold me! Closer! Closer!
Bert Harris: If I hold you any closer, I'll be dancing behind you
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Jazz Boat
Music and Lyrics by Joe Henderson
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Light musical comedy.
18 April 1999 | by (Worcester, England.) – See all my reviews

Dated but extremely enjoyable light pop vehicle for Anthony Newley, who since "Idle On Parade" had become a big name not only in acting but in the pop charts too. Newley stars with his good friend Bernie Winters, pretending to be a big time crook to impress him. Bernie in turn tells "The Gang" who want "in" with Newley, who has nick named himself as "the Cat". Also stars Ted Heath and his music and the lovely Anne Aubrey, who's short cinematic career showed more promise than she was allowed to provide! Dance sequences choreographed by Lionel Blair (with sister Joyce in the cast too!) Sheer delight! Enjoy and wallow in nostalgia!


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