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Till Death Us Do Part (1969)

 -  Comedy  -  1969 (UK)
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The film version of '""Till Death Do Us Part" (1965)'. tells the story of Alf Garnett and his family living through the London Blitz.

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Mike's Father
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Sergeant
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Fred
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Ann Lancaster ...
Woman at Block of Flats
Michael Robbins ...
Pub Landlord (Fred)
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Mike's Mother
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RAF officer at Tube Station
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The film version of '""Till Death Do Us Part" (1965)'. tells the story of Alf Garnett and his family living through the London Blitz.

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The film contained rarely seen colour footage of the 1966 World Cup final between England and West Germany. See more »

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When Alf and Mike go into the pub before the 1966 World Cup, the car outside has the registration PGX392E, which means it was registered between 1st January 1967 and 31st July 1967. See more »

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Referenced in Comedy Connections: Till Death Us Do Part (2008) See more »

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Bless 'Em All
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Written by Jimmy Hughes, Frank Lake and Fred Godfrey
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"Has it's moments, but not up to the TV series!"
27 August 2003 | by (Poole, Dorset) – See all my reviews

The life and times of the bigoted East End docker Alf Garnett (WARREN MITCHELL) from the second world war up until the late 1960's. Events include the birth of Alf's daughter Rita, Alf being called up for war service, the 1964 election and Rita's (UNA STUBBS) wedding to Mike (ANTHONY BOOTH).

In the late sixties and early seventies, practically every popular British sitcom had it's own big-screen spin-off and the result was quite often disastrous with the exception of ON THE BUSES (1971), which proved to be the most popular British film of that year and MAN ABOUT THE HOUSE was a sizeable hit on its release in 1974. The first spin-off from the popular yet highly controversial BBC sitcom TILL DEATH US DO PART is far from being bad, but it seems comparatively tame with the TV series. There are moments such as Alf at the 1966 World Cup and during the 1964 election but they fail to pack the same punch that has made the TV original become a milestone in the history of British television as it changed the way TV said things and how it said it. However, the original cast performs cheerfully and the film has a nice sense of place and period thanks to the photography of veteran British cinematographer Harry Waxman whose credits include BRIGHTON ROCK (1947) and THE WICKER MAN (1973). Very few movies of this nature were fortunate to have such a distinguished veteran of the industry behind the camera and another thing that works in the film's favour is that it opens up the story of the Garnett family (although it occasionally conflicts with how the TV series sometimes depicted the beginning) rather than just being an extended episode

Followed by a sequel entitled THE ALF GARNETT SAGA (1972), which was even more crude and out of character.


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