Penny Gold

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Time Out says

A brilliant opening sequence, otherwise this flat-footed British thriller is hampered by something like the world's worst script, including flashbacks no one would ever conceivably flash back to, and by a cumbersome storyline about big league stamp trading. A couple of incipient themes are visible: one lingers in the juxtaposition of traveloguish footage (shot round Windsor Castle) with the Blow-Up style investigation into the jet set life of a girl found dead in a studio; the other is the air of evil alter ego that hangs about the dead girl's twin sister, and is dismissed in one badly written scene.
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Release details

UK release:

1973

Duration:

90 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Jack Cardiff

Cast:

Joseph O'Conor, Una Stubbs, Nicky Henson, James Booth, Francesca Annis, Joss Ackland

Music:

John Scott

Art Director:

Bert Davey

Editor:

John Trumper

Cinematography:

Ken Hodges

Screenwriter:

Liz Charles-Williams, David Osborn

Producer:

George H Brown

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