Coast to Coast

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Time Out says

An often very funny blend of road movie, buddy-buddy comedy and thriller parody, Johnson's film is short on visual delights (it was made for TV) but full of fine performances, strong throwaway lines (courtesy Stan Hey), and deft off-the-wall touches. Shea and Henry make for a good double act as the US air force man and the soul-crazy Liverpudlian DJ who find themselves pursued by cops and murderous mobsters as they travel from Merseyside, via the Lake District, to the Essex coast. Lively, sharp and fast, it also features a wondrous Tamla selection on the soundtrack.
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Release details

UK release:

1986

Duration:

96 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Sandy Johnson

Cast:

Peter Vaughan, George Baker, Pete Postlethwaite, John Shea, Lenny Henry, Cherie Lunghi

Production Designer:

Christopher Robbilliard

Editor:

Ken Pearce

Cinematography:

Colin Munn

Screenwriter:

Stan Hey

Producer:

Graham Benson

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Pete

I agree with the othercomments it is a great film and if stustocks can contact me on messenger ID nimbat then maybe I can finally get to watch this film again

Pete

I agree with the othercomments it is a great film and if stustocks can contact me on messenger ID nimbat then maybe I can finally get to watch this film again

Jan

It is still one of my top 3 movies, I lent it to a friend, she taped over it, now I'm devastated. Would love to see it again. The music is great, scenery fab, wicked story line. I agree with Stu 10 out of 10

Jan

It is still one of my top 3 movies, I lent it to a friend, she taped over it, now I'm devastated. Would love to see it again. The music is great, scenery fab, wicked story line. I agree with Stu 10 out of 10