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Dancin' Thru the Dark (1990)

Linda's out on her hen night, her fiance is out on his stag night. Linda is having major doubts about getting married, when both groups arrive at a club, to find the band fronted by her ... See full summary »

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Ben Murphy ...
Gary
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Peter McGeghan
Peter Beckett ...
Chris
Julian Littman ...
Ned
Gary Moglione ...
Wasteground Kid
Martin Newby ...
Wasteground Kid
Leigh Price ...
Wasteground Kid
P.J. McCartney ...
Irish Band
Keith Price ...
Irish Band
John Walsh ...
Irish Band
Eddie Hughes ...
Irish Band
Eddie Archer ...
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James Culshaw ...
Customer
Ann Haydn-Edwards ...
Barmaid
Willy Russell ...
Sourface
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Linda's out on her hen night, her fiance is out on his stag night. Linda is having major doubts about getting married, when both groups arrive at a club, to find the band fronted by her ex-boyfriend - and the love of her life - Peter. Linda has to decide. Does she stay and settle down, like her friends want her to, or does she chuck it all in and run away with Peter? Written by Stacey Mitchell <staceym@zoom.co.uk>

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2 March 1990 (UK)  »

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Bailando en la oscuridad  »

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Originally a play called Stags and Hens See more »

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Winker: Wanna come back to my place?
Maureen: What for?
Winker: A fuck and a pizza.
Maureen: [pause] Is it a wholemeal pizza?
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Loca
Performed by Liz Torres
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Unconvinced
19 April 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I was in this film - yes as an extra, but nevertheless I got to see it being made first hand. At the time I thought, "this is rubbish". Of course I felt sure that when the final post production was completed it would be much better.

Sadly I was wrong.

Turgid acting, a totally unconvincing plot and desperate jokes. (Oh and did I mention the awful music??!!)

My four days spent smoking cigarettes leaning on a bar holding a fake pint of lager in the old Locarno Ballroom resulted in £80 and free food. Anyone paying to see this movie in any format is down on the deal.


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