Armchair Cinema: Season 1, Episode 6

Tully (26 Nov. 1975)

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Tully
Barbara Nielsen ...
Sylvia Hill
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Vic Parkes
Henri Szeps
Kevin Miles ...
Brandon
John Stanton ...
Helier
William Redmond ...
Sharples
Martin Phelan ...
Foxy
Lyn James ...
Doris
Les Foxcroft ...
Mr. Fenner
Michael Aitkens ...
Barman
Noeline Brown ...
Valerie
Kenneth Goodlet ...
Inspector
Phillip Ross ...
Inspector Young
Edward Hepple ...
Skimp
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It was never to be the name on everyone's lips!
14 November 2001 | by (Longmont, Colorado) – See all my reviews

"The name's Tully," doesn't have quite the same ring to it as "Bond, JAMES Bond!"

Still the producers of this pilot telemovie (for a joint-venture Oz/UK series) seemed to think it would stir the public's interest. They even enticed Brit actor Anthony Valentine, big-name star from the long running (but then defunct) COLDITZ TV series, to take the lead.

TULLY was commissioned during a period when paying audiences couldn't get enough of cold-war intrigue and spy melodramas. Shame then that all Valentine had to do here as a `special agent' was to rummage through a few clues and bodies, to find some missing art-works.

I saw this excessively average movie shortly after it came out and like many others, wondered how much they had paid Valentine to contribute to this under-achiever. Not embarrassingly bad, just terminally dull.


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