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Get Carter (3-Mar-1971)

Director: Mike Hodges

Writer: Mike Hodges

From novel: Jack's Return Home by Ted Lewis

Music Composed and Played by: Roy Budd

Producer: Michael Klinger

Keywords: Thriller

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alun Armstrong
Actor
17-Jul-1946   Brian Lane on New Tricks
Michael Caine
Actor
14-Mar-1933   Get Carter
Britt Ekland
Actor
6-Oct-1942   The Man with the Golden Gun
Ian Hendry
Actor
13-Jan-1931 24-Dec-1984 Get Carter
John Osborne
Playwright
12-Dec-1929 24-Dec-1994 Look Back in Anger

CAST

Michael Caine   ...   Jack Carter
Ian Hendry   ...   Eric
John Osborne   ...   Kinnear
and
Britt Ekland   ...   Anna
George Sewell   ...   Con
Geraldine Moffat   ...   Glenda
Tony Beckley   ...   Peter
Rosemarie Dunham   ...   Edna
Dorothy White   ...   Margaret
Petra Markham   ...   Doreen
Glynn Edwards   ...   Albert
Alun Armstrong   ...   Keith
Bryan Mosley   ...   Brumby
Bernard Hepton   ...   Thorpe
Godfrey Quigley   ...   Eddie
Terence Rigby   ...   Gerald Fletcher
John Bindon   ...   Sid Fletcher
Kevin Brennan   ...   Harry
Maxwell Dees   ...   Vicar
Liz McKenzie   ...   Mrs. Brumby
John Hussey   ...   Architect
Ben Aris   ...   Architect
Kitty Attwood   ...   Old Woman
Denea Wilde   ...   Pub Singer
Geraldine Sherman   ...   Girl in Café
Joy Merlyn   ...   Woman in Post Office
Yvonne Michaels   ...   Woman in Post Office
Alan Hockey   ...   Scrapyard Dealer
Carl Howard   ...   "J"

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