Alfie

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Time Out says

Given the full swinging London mod movie treatment of the day, Bill Naughton's funny and rather moving play emerges as a terribly dated (and one might add, terribly misogynist) account of a Cockney lecher's selfish seduction and abuse of a series of compliant females. Of course he gets his comeuppance, in an ending that has all the moral weight and sincerity of a DeMille sex'n'sawdust spectacular. Good performances, though.
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Release details

UK release:

1966

Duration:

114 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Lewis Gilbert

Cast:

Shirley Anne Field, Jane Asher, Julia Foster, Millicent Martin, Shelley Winters, Michael Caine, Vivien Merchant

Music:

Sonny Rollins

Production Designer:

Peter Mullins

Editor:

Thelma Connell

Cinematography:

Otto Heller

Screenwriter:

Bill Naughton

Producer:

Lewis Gilbert

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