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Take Me High (1974)

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Merchant banker Tim, excited to hear he's to go to New York, is sent to Birmingham instead to pressure a small struggling restaurant. But he turns this into a positive by falling in love ... See full summary »

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Tim Matthews
Deborah Watling ...
Sarah Jones (as Debbie Watling)
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Sir Harry Cunningham
George Cole ...
Bert Jackson
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Hugo Flaxman
Richard Wattis ...
Sir Charles Furness
Madeline Smith ...
Vicki
Moyra Fraser ...
Molly Jones
Ronald Hines ...
Sam Jones
Jimmy Gardner ...
Hulbert
Noel Trevarthen ...
Paul (as Noel Travarthen)
Graham Armitage ...
Boardman
John Franklyn-Robbins ...
Alderman
Peter Marshall ...
Grandson
Elizabeth Scott ...
Waitress (as Elisabeth Scott)
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Merchant banker Tim, excited to hear he's to go to New York, is sent to Birmingham instead to pressure a small struggling restaurant. But he turns this into a positive by falling in love with the owner and co-founding a glamorous new burger bar. Written by Anonymous

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6 March 1974 (Denmark)  »

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When Cliff goes on board his canal boat its dimensions on the outside appear to be rather normal, long and thin. However, once inside it's a rather spacious interior. See more »

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The Anti-Brotherhood Of Man
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Music and Lyrics by Tony Cole
Performed by Cliff Richard
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A Real Classic
4 January 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

OK so it's Cliff in flares in Birmingham but this film has a charm all it's own. The soundtrack is brilliant, these songs are very good and the storyline is refreshing in that it's based in England. Anthony Andrews and Hugh Griffiths are great and Cliff is, well, Cliff!

Watch it enough times and you'll soon have your favourite scenes, lines and even songs. The moral is still relevant today - money and the pursuit of real happiness. There are some good actors in this and George Cole is superb as a hardbitten socialist. Cliff has some great outfits in this, truly 100% 1973 gear and it's an interesting snapshot of life in this country all those years ago. I'd like to add that Gas Street IS in the middle of Birmingham - we did the map fold!!!!!


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