Steptoe and Son decide to go to the movies, but are split over which film to see. Harold wants to see Fellini's '8½ (1963)', while Albert prefers Nudes of 1964.

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Wilfrid Brambell ...
Harry H. Corbett ...
Michael Brennan ...
Audience Member Who Threatens Albert
Michael Stainton ...
Cinemagoer
Mark Singleton ...
Cinema Manager
Damaris Hayman ...
Cashier of Cinema Screening Fellini
George Betton ...
Cinemagoer
Alec Bregonzi ...
Protective Boyfriend
Bill Maxim ...
the Commissionaire (as Billy Maxam)
Betty Cardno ...
Cashier of Cinema Screening Nudes of 1964
Kathleen Heath ...
Woman Next to Albert
Katy Cashfield ...
the Usherette (as Katie Cashfield)
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Steptoe and Son decide to go to the movies, but are split over which film to see. Harold wants to see Fellini's '8½ (1963)', while Albert prefers Nudes of 1964.

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4 February 1964 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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[Albert has been talking all through the film, and the man behind him can finally take no more]
Threatening Cinemagoer: I'm a very peaceful man, but I warn you - if I hear another word of you I shall stuff that ice cream right down the back of your dirty little neck!
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Sunday for Seven Days
3 February 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Steptoe's are spending a night at the movies and Harold wants to develop his cultural sensibilities by watching Fellini's 8 1/2. Albert wants nothing much to do with this foreign subtitled rubbish unless it is a foreign mucky movie. In fact he is more interested in the nude movie that is on in the next screen. After all while Harold is doing his rounds, Albert has seen all the decent films as he pops down in the afternoons and been banned from the odd cinema for lewd behaviour.

Albert sabotages Harold's viewing by being a pest and in turn nearly causes a riot at the cinema causing both of them to be chucked out. Of course it is all deliberately staged by Albert so he can watch the the nudie film.

Over fifty years on and nothing has changed, you still get irritating pests in the cinema but at least in this episode you can have a laugh.


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