Go for a Take

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Time Out says

Varney and Rossington as two characters who find themselves pursued by a gang and seek refuge in a film studio, where Varney turns his hand to stunting and Rossington to hustling. They end up stealing a necklace and avoiding the gang in an extended chase sequence. A very weak comedy, equally uninspired whether hammering away at its twin themes of money and girls or putting Varney through yet another painful routine.
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Release details

UK release:

1972

Duration:

90 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Harry Booth

Cast:

Patrick Newell, Julie Ege, Dennis Price, Sue Lloyd, Norman Rossington, Reg Varney, David Lodge

Music:

Glen Mason

Art Director:

Lionel Couch

Editor:

Archie Ludski

Cinematography:

Mark McDonald

Screenwriter:

Alan Hackney

Producer:

Roy Simpson

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