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Party Party (1983)

 -  Comedy  -  August 1996 (UK)
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Daniel Peacock ...
Toby
Karl Howman ...
Johnny Reeve
Perry Fenwick ...
Larry
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Sam Diggins
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Rebecca
Gary Olsen ...
Terry
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Bobby
Caroline Quentin ...
Shirley
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Brenda
Kate Williams ...
Mum
Kenneth Farrington ...
Dad
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Tony
Annabel Mednick ...
Sonya
Sallyanne Law ...
Sharon
Sarah London ...
Sally
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Yakety Yak
Written by Jerry Leiber (as J. Lieber) and Mike Stoller (as M. Stoller)
Produced by Richard Hartley
Performed by Bad Manners
Courtesy of Magnet Records
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A sort of British prequel to "Animal House"...
10 June 1999 | by See all my reviews

A sort of British prequel to "Animal House", except that British teenagers relationship with alcohol seems to be more serious than their US counterparts. Almost a series of vignettes featuring early performances from a number of British actors now very familiar on UK TV screens. Some hilarious moments (...the young policemen promising their sergeant that they will "get p***ed in a responsible fashion"), but much of the humour will be lost on crossing the Atlantic. Best viewed with a plentiful supply of beer and peanuts.


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