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This Is My Street (1964)

A bored housewife has an affair with her mother's lodger. When he dumps her, she attempts suicide, which brings everyone to their senses.

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... Harry King
... Margery Graham
... Lily (as Avice Landon)
... Steve
... Kitty
... Charlie
... Jinny
Philippa Gail ... Maureen
... Sid Graham
... Paul
Hilda Fenemore ... Doris
Susan Burnet ... Phyllis
Robert Bruce ... Mark
... Joe
Carl Bernard ... Fred
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A bored housewife has an affair with her mother's lodger. When he dumps her, she attempts suicide, which brings everyone to their senses.

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29 May 1964 (Ireland)  »

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Emeis oi amartoloi  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.85 : 1
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Margery Graham: Must you use a tea cloth, Sid? There's a towel over there. And isn't it about time you had a bath?
Margery Graham: [they sit down to eat] Must you sit in your vest?
Sid Graham: Nice to be home , innit?
Margery Graham: Home? More like a hovel. And you make it worse sitting there like that.
Sid Graham: Had a hard day at the shop, have you? I can always tell.
Margery Graham: I don't seem to have any appetite.
Sid Graham: 'Ere, tell you what we'll do; go down the Wellington, 'ave a noggin together. That'll bring the old sparkle back. Mum can babysit. She likes watching the telly.
Margery Graham: ...
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Referenced in Undergrunnen (1966) See more »

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Carry On up the street.
5 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

This as an untypical Peter Rogers production with the exception of one thing,the music.Composed by Eric Rogers you can hear the Carry on themes in it.At the time Ian Hendrey was at the peak of his stardom.Alas drink would ruin his career and he would die young.In this film he is effectively nasty.Mind you most of the characters are unpleasant,and none are better of at the end of the film.One notable feature of this film is the extensive use of South London locations.There is a lot less traffic then..I would guess that this film would have earned an X certificate,however this film is pretty tame by today's standards.


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