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Saturday Night Out (1964)

Sailors in port variously plan diversions for a Saturday night; but the reality is a bit different.
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Sailors in port variously plan diversions for a Saturday night; but the reality is a bit different.

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8 December 1964 (Japan)  »

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Fim de semana perigoso  »

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The Beatles were offered the chance to appear in the film, but the producers were reluctant to pay the train fare from Liverpool. Another Mersey group, The Searchers, who happened to be in London, appeared instead. See more »

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Saturday Night Out
Written by Tony Hatch (as Mark Anthony) and Robert Richards
Sung by The Searchers
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A Film from the "Special Years" of British Cinema
2 July 2005 | by See all my reviews

The British films of the swinging sixties are typified for their crashing through the art barriers and doing things that had never been done before. Sometimes it came off; sometimes - well, all too often, to be exact - it didn't. Compare this with the "straight films" of the 1950s. Between these two phases of British cinema, there were a "special years" transitory phase: the straightness of the past was laid side by side with the oncoming weirdness of the swinging sixties. This is such a film.

The film follows the adventures of some merchant seamen on a London night out, before they return to their ship in the morning. There are some memorable scenes in this film. These include the "boyfriend" who is in a meditative trance, the know-all sailor getting his comeuppance, when he gets ripped off in a clip joint, and Bernard Lee voluntarily writing a cheque for ten pounds after a failed blackmail attempt. All this, and The Searchers playing in a pub, too.

It is a typical British B movie of the period, and is quite watchable.


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