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There's Always a Thursday

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There's Always a Thursday
"There's Always a Thursday" (1957).jpg
British quad poster
Directed byCharles Saunders
Produced byGuido Coen
Written byBrandon Fleming
StarringCharles Victor
Jill Ireland
Music byReg Owen
Anthony Spurgin
CinematographyBrendan J. Stafford
Edited byTom Simpson
Distributed byAssociated Sound Film Industries
Release date
1957
Running time
60 min
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

There's Always a Thursday is a 1957 British crime film directed by Charles Saunders and starring Charles Victor, Jill Ireland, Lloyd Lamble and Robert Raglan.[1] Much of the film was shot at Southall Studios.[2][3]

Premise

Comedy about a down-trodden clerk's new found fame as the director of a racy lingerie firm, after an innocent encounter with a fast woman is misreported and earns him the reputation of a suburban Romeo.

Cast

Critical reception

TV Guide wrote that a "good performance by Victor and an intelligent script lift this one above the ranks."[4] The film historians Steve Chibnall and Brian McFarlane agree: "The film is quite neatly structured but, without the coherence which Victor's sympathetic understanding of the central character gives, it would seem much thinner than it does. Its comedy centres on the drabness of an oppressive domestic situation and, in the flowering of George Potter, what may be lost in unthinking conformity to a routine."[5]

References

  1. ^ esmereldajones (1 March 1957). "There's Always a Thursday (1957)". IMDb.
  2. ^ "There's Always a Thursday (1957) - BFI". BFI. Archived from the original on 24 July 2012.
  3. ^ "Southall Studios".
  4. ^ "There's Always A Thursday". TV Guide.
  5. ^ Steve Chibnall & Brian McFarlane, The British 'B' Film, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2009, p. 204.

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