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Family Way (The)

UK, English, 115 mins

  • Director: Roy Boulting
  • Writer: Bill Naughton
  • Producer: John Boulting

CGiii Comment

The kitchen sink drama evolves into colour and is still as cheerless.

The subtext surrounding impotence in working class Britain - the obvious conclusions are screamed from the rooftops...he's a poof!!!

This is an interesting look at 60s Britain - and, the attitude of that time.


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The(ir) Blurb...

Married life is proving difficult for newlyweds Jenny and Arthur. With well meaning but interfering parents, nosey neighbors, and a town that thrives on gossip, can their marriage last? With all these pressures it's no wonder their personal life is suffering. Will there ever be any good news?

Cast & Characters

Hayley Mills as Jenny Fitton;
Hywel Bennett as Arthur Fitton;
John Mills as Ezra Fitton;
Marjorie Rhodes as Lucy Fitton;
Avril Angers as Liz Piper;
John Comer as Leslie Piper;
Barry Foster as Joe Thompson;
Wilfred Pickles as Uncle Fred;
Liz Fraser as Molly Thompson;
Andy Bradford as Eddie;
Hazel Bainbridge as Mrs. Bell;
Helen Booth as Mrs. Lee;
Fanny Carby as Mrs. Stone;
Diana Coupland as Mrs. Rose;
Lesley Daine as Dora

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