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How to Get Ahead in Advertising (5-May-1989)

Director: Bruce Robinson

Writer: Bruce Robinson

Original Music by: David Dundas; Rick Wentworth

Producer: David Wimbury

Keywords: Comedy, Advertising

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sean Bean
Actor
17-Apr-1959   Boromir in Lord of the Rings
Richard E. Grant
Actor
5-May-1957   Dr. Who, Henry & June
Tony Slattery
Actor
9-Nov-1959   Whose Line Is it Anyway?
Rachel Ward
Actor
12-Sep-1957   The Thorn Birds
Richard Wilson
Actor
7-Jul-1936   Gaius on Merlin

CAST

Richard E. Grant   ...   Bagley
Rachel Ward   ...   Julia
Richard Wilson   ...   Bristol
Jacqueline Tong   ...   Penny Wheelstock
Susan Wooldridge   ...   Monica
John Shrapnel   ...   Psychiatrist
Hugh Armstrong   ...   Harry Wax
Mick Ford   ...   Richard
Jacqueline Pearce   ...   Maud
Christopher Simon   ...   Waiter
Gino Melvazzi   ...   Waiter
Victor Lucas   ...   Tweedy Man
Dawn Keeler   ...   Tweedy Woman
Kerryann White   ...   Girl in Elevator
Vivienne McKone   ...   Receptionist
Donald Hoath   ...   Businessman
John Levitt   ...   Businessman
Gordon Gostelow   ...   Priest
Pip Torrens   ...   Jonathan
Tony Slattery   ...   Basil
Rachel Fielding   ...   Jennifer
Pauline Melville   ...   Mrs. Wallace
Roddy Maude-Roxby   ...   Dr. Gatty
Francesca Longrigg   ...   Nurse
Tanveer Ghani   ...   Hospital Doctor
Joanna Mays   ...   Phillis Blokey
Sean Bean   ...   Larry Frisk

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