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All the Right Noises (1971)

GP | | Comedy, Drama | January 1973 (USA)
A married man with two small children has an affair with a young teenage girl

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Len
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Joy
Edward Higgins ...
Ted
Rudolph Walker ...
Gordon
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Nigel
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Val
Oscar James ...
Guard
Chloe Franks ...
Jenny
Gareth Wright ...
Ian
Robert Keegan ...
Len's Father
Gordon Griffin ...
Terry
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Laura (as Lesley-Ann Down)
Chrissie Shrimpton ...
Waitress
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Stage Manager
Charles Lloyd Pack ...
Stagedoor Keeper
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A married man with two small children has an affair with a young teenage girl

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Is one wife enough for one man? See more »

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The film's on-screen copyright date is 1969. See more »

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The pinball machine that Len and Val play in the pub is a 1966 Gottlieb "Cross Town" whose maximum displayable score is 1,999. Len cannot have scored the three thousand, three hundred and thirty three that he claims. See more »

Quotes

Joy: What's in the paper?
Len: Come on love, isn't it time she went to school?
[turns to back page of newspaper]
Len: Oh-eh, Chelsea's buying a new winger! About time they spent a few bob.
Joy: Is that it? The news?
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References Citizen Kane (1941) See more »

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A good film which grows on me the more times I watch it.
22 April 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This film, very much of its time shows London in the early 1970's. Of course now a different world. Note the old fashion Underground ticket machines, and the Black and White Telly in the flat. The location looks very much like Churchill Gardens, Pimlico, with Battersea Power Station in the background. And, plenty of smoking going on, in pubs, and on the tube. The film is strangely sexy in its own way, with the young girl playing along with the much older man, its really a sexual fantasy come true. It is another one of those British low budget film where the low budget adds to rather that take away value. Watch for fun, which is what it is. Good for the BFI for bring to a larger audience on DVD


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