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Les bicyclettes de Belsize (1968)

An enchanting musical love story about a young man who falls for a model after seeing her picture and then takes to the streets on his bicycle to find her.

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Anthony May ... The Boy - Steve
... The Girl - Julie
Leslie Goddard ... Little Girl - Kate
Barney Reisz ... Little Boy (as Barny Reisz)
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An enchanting musical love story about a young man who falls for a model after seeing her picture and then takes to the streets on his bicycle to find her.

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The eponymous theme song, sung by Anthony May in the film, was a major hit in parallel English and French versions by Englebert Humperdinck and Mireille Mathieu, respectively. Both of their versions of the song were released in 1968, shortly after the film. See more »

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Near the end, as the boy and the girl walk out of the trees to the song 'Julie,' the boy is on the left of the girl. As the camera shot changes to a distant one, they emerge having changed sides, without having had time to do so. See more »

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Free As Air
Written and Performed by Les Reed And His Orchestra
Sung by Johnny Worth
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Brilliant
8 April 2005 | by See all my reviews

If like me you like inane 60s films this is right up your street and you should make every effort to see it. I taped it years ago - by chance I noticed in the TV listings a short 60s film was to be screened at somewhere around 3am on CH4 - so I taped it - and loved it. The shots of Hampstead as it was 30 or so years ago were fascinating. After a while the tape was stored away in the garage, then the attic & I almost forgot about it having moved house a couple of times. Little did I know that some 15 yrs later I would dig it out & show it to my daughters (aged 6 & 4) - they absolutely love it and insist repeat performances regularly!


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