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Party Party (1983)

Its New Years Eve and Larry is having a party at his parents house. - only his parents don't know as they are out at the social club party...everyone else does though from all of Larry's ... See full summary »

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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
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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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Its New Years Eve and Larry is having a party at his parents house. - only his parents don't know as they are out at the social club party...everyone else does though from all of Larry's mates to the local coppers who have been given the night off... The story starts with the build up to the party as everyone who's anyone is going to be there. - what starts out as a small party turns into mayhem, food fights, romance and lots of booze and some aftershave!!. . - with plenty of early 80's music. The cast list is a who's who of those who would soon be some of the biggest actors of the 80's and 90's all with a great sound track. Written by PM

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August 1996 (UK)  »

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No Feelings
Written by Glen Matlock (as G. Matlock), John Lydon (as J. Rotten), Paul Cook (as P. Cook) and Steve Jones (as S. Jones)
Produced by Richard Hartley
Performed by Bananarama
Courtesy of Decca Records (UK)
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An 80's classic. for nostalgia fiends only
9 October 2001 | by (London) – See all my reviews

If you were an English teenager during the 80's then you MUST see this film. To everybody else it will just be an odd curiosity. For me, it is the funniest film in existence and is one of the only films to have more quotable lines than Apocalypse now.


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