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The Wolves of Willoughby Chase (1989)

Willoughby Chase is the grand but remote home of Sir Willoughby and Lady Green and their daughter Bonnie.

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Letitia Slighcarp
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Mr. Grimshaw
Emily Hudson ...
Bonnie
Aleks Darowska ...
Sylvia
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Gertrude Brisket
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James
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Pattern
Lynton Dearden ...
Simon
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Lord Willoughby
Eleanor David ...
Lady Willoughby
Gillian Hanna ...
Mrs. Shubunkin
Dilys Hamlett ...
Aunt Jane
Abbie Dabner ...
Rupert
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Dr. Morne
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Emma
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Willoughby Chase is the grand but remote home of Sir Willoughby and Lady Green and their daughter Bonnie.

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15 December 1989 (UK)  »

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La strega di Willoughby Chase  »

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A woeful attempt at a 'family' film
9 October 2002 | by (London, england) – See all my reviews

Quite simply 'The Wolves of Willoughby Chase' is one of the worst family based films I have ever seen. A distinct lack of plot or good acting contribute to what is a shallow and ineffective film that leaves the viewer bemused, and annoyed that they have lost several hours of their lives to this appalling movie. I would not recommend it to anyone, as it doesn't offer anything you would want from a film - no excitement, no storyline of any merit, no good characters, no way to identify yourself with any of the characters, no laughs, no car chases ;), simply - NO MERIT. A better way to spend the 3 hours of your life that this film takes up, would be to make a film of your own, even if you have no media knowledge you would still come up with a better film than this. A definite 1 out of 10 (and that is generous)


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