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The Kitchen (1961 film)

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The Kitchen
Directed byJames Hill
Based onplay by Arnold Wesker
Produced bySidney Cole
StarringCarl Möhner
Mary Yeomans
Brian Phelan
Tom Bell
Eric Pohlmann
Music byDavid Lee
Production
company
Eyeline Productions
Distributed byAct Films Ltd
Release date
1961
Running time
76 mins
LanguageEnglish

The Kitchen is a 1961 black and white British drama film directed by James Hill and starring Carl Möhner, Mary Yeomans, Brian Phelan, Tom Bell, Eric Pohlmann and James Bolam.[1] The film follows the dozen staff in a restaurant's kitchen during the course of one busy morning.[2] The script is based on the 1957 stage play of the same name by Arnold Wesker.[2] The film was produced by Sidney Cole for Act Films Ltd.[3]

It features a musical interlude when all the staff dance to a song: "What's Cookin'" by Adam Faith.

There is no particular plot and it simply looks at the various relationships between different staff members. The kitchen staff is almost exclusively male and the waiting staff is exclusively female.

The presence of one new member of staff allows each person to be introduced in turn. The owner wanders around checking things. The story looks at the bickering between staff, petty thievery, and rather excessive drinking of more than one staff member.

Cast

References

  1. ^ "The Kitchen (1961)". IMDb. 1 August 1961. Retrieved 13 April 2016.
  2. ^ a b "The Kitchen (1961)". BFI. Archived from the original on 14 January 2009. Retrieved 13 April 2016.
  3. ^ Action! Fifty Years in the Life of a Union. Published: 1983 (UK). Publisher: ACTT. ISBN 0 9508993 0 5. ACT Films Limited - Ralph Bond p81 (producer listed as Sidney Cole)

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