Those Glory, Glory Days

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Time Out says

Julie Welch, football writer on The Observer, has written a charming - perhaps too charming - tale of schoolgirl enthusiasm based on her own youthful adulation of Tottenham Hotspur's '60s captain Danny Blanchflower. Only flashes of the acerbic wit and gift for satirical characterisation that graced her teleplay Singles are evident in this drawn-out and cloying contribution to David Puttnam's First Love series for C4 (unwisely given a cinema release after being seen on TV). 14-year-old Zoe Nathenson acts her heart out as the football-mad Julia, but the film itself, though likeable enough, never catches fire.
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Release details

UK release:

1983

Duration:

90 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Philip Saville

Cast:

Bryan Pringle, Julia McKenzie, Liz Campion, Cathy Murphy, Sara Sugarman, Zoe Nathenson, Danny Blanchflower

Music:

Trevor Jones

Art Director:

Maurice Cain

Editor:

Max Lemon

Cinematography:

Philip Meheux

Screenwriter:

Julie Welch

Producer:

Chris Griffin

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stevewed

A thoroughly enjoyable wallow in 1960's nostalgia. Perhaps a touch too long and somewhat slow in parts, the film is redeemed by superb performances from the young leads and provides an unusual tribute to probably the greatest football team ever. A much better hymn of praise to a great football club than the predictable Fever Pitch. Enjoy!

stevewed

A thoroughly enjoyable wallow in 1960's nostalgia. Perhaps a touch too long and somewhat slow in parts, the film is redeemed by superb performances from the young leads and provides an unusual tribute to probably the greatest football team ever. A much better hymn of praise to a great football club than the predictable Fever Pitch. Enjoy!