Always On Sunday is a bio-pic on Le (Henri) Douanier Rousseau, a French naive painter.

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James Lloyd ...
Annette Robertson ...
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Jacqui Cook ...
Mere Ubu (as Jacqueline Cooke)
Roland MacLeod ...
Apollinaire
Iza Teller ...
Josephine (as Isa Teller)
Dorothy-Rose Gribble ...
Eugénie
Sheila Van Bloemen ...
1st Neighbour
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Joanna Rigby ...
Daughter
Michael Van Bloemen ...
Picture Dealer
Kenneth Goodare ...
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Paul Cameron ...
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Peter Matheson ...
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Jane Anderson ...
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Always On Sunday is a bio-pic on Le (Henri) Douanier Rousseau, a French naive painter.

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29 June 1965 (UK)  »

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The part of Henri Rousseau is played by James Lloyd, not the small-part actor of that name, but a real-life artist who worked as a railwayman during the week and created elaborate paintings (in the "pointilliste" style) on Sundays. These had been acclaimed and exhibited and Ken Russell had made a documentary film about him for the "Monitor" series, so when he later moved on to making a drama-documentary about Rousseau, he thought of asking Lloyd, as a sort of British equivalent to the French artist, to play the lead. See more »

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