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Up Jumped a Swagman (1965)

The adventures of an Australian singer in London.

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Frank Ifield ...
Dave Kelly
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Patsy
Ronald Radd ...
Harry King
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Melissa Smythe-Fury
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Lever, Music Publisher
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Bockeye
Bryan Mosley ...
Jo-Jo
Martin Miller ...
Herman
Harvey Spencer ...
Luigi
Carl Jaffe ...
Analyst
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Phil Myers
Frank Cox ...
Wilkinson
Fred Cox ...
Docherty
Joan Geary ...
Mrs. Hawkes Fenhoulet
William Mervyn ...
Mr. Hawkes Fenhoulet
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The adventures of an Australian singer in London.

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singer | london england | See All (2) »

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Musical | Comedy

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21 December 1965 (UK)  »

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Suzy Kendall receives an "introducing" credit See more »

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References Rififi (1955) See more »

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Cry Wolf
Written by Frank Ifield & Mike Conlin (as M. Conlin)
Performed by Frank Ifield
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A Must See for 'Classic' '60's films!!!!!!!!!
3 September 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

If you like Richard Wattis or Bryan Mosley(Alf Roberts), not forgetting the lovely Annette Andre(Pre Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased), then this film is for you.Suzy Kendall is good but she doesn't really appear as much as Annette A. Some surreal moments are well interspersed-a rare thing these days. If you like 'Smashing Time' or 'The Sandwich Man' then this is in a similar vein but very different at the same time.You have to see the film to know what I mean as it's a tricky one to describe. Frank Ifield is pretty striking and it's pretty obvious that this was intended to be his 'Good career move'up the showbiz ladder. Again, like the films I've compared this to we're in the 'No Longer Politically Correct' genre so you'll be VERY hard pressed to spy it on the box!!!!!!!! If you can get a copy of this you'll be impressed.Generally though, any film with Richard Wattis in seems to be a good bet!


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