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The Ghosts of Oxford Street (1991)

TV Movie  -   -  25 December 1991 (UK)
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Cast

Credited cast:
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Gordon Selfridge
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Ann of Oxford Street
Shaun Ryder ...
(as The Happy Mondays)
Rowetta Satchell ...
(as The Happy Mondays)
Rebel Mc ...
(as Rebel MC)
Shane MacGowan ...
Duke of York
Kirsty MacColl ...
Kitty Fisher
Alison Limerick ...
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John Altman ...
Bryony Brind ...
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Lady Archer
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Leigh Bowery ...
King George
Matthew Byam-Shaw ...
Gossip (as Matthew Byam Shaw)
John Pickard ...
Young Malcolm
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Referenced in The 100 Greatest Christmas Moments (2004) See more »

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Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
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Written by Jimmy Cox
Performed by Tom Jones
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Magics back? it was then...
16 December 2004 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I have to say I consider this to be a beautiful little film, with its intertwining plots and anachronistic images.

The music is superb, the acting, well, appropriate but the theme and plotting is worthy of Dickens. Its a pity we don't see more of Malcolm's work... It works as a setting for some memorable songs (Magic's Back, Silent Night and,of course Fairytale...RIP Kirsty) but also brings history and magic alive. I loved it from the first time I saw it.

Like Snowman it has become a part of my Xmas viewing and I can only recommend it to ANYONE!!!


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