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A Kind of Loving (1962) Poster

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At the start of this movie, Victor Arthur "Vic" Brown (Sir Alan Bates) and some of his friends are seen perusing a magazine filled with shots of topless models. This is one of the first instances in British cinema of bared breasts.
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To avoid any possible U.K. censorship issues due to the subject matter, the filmmakers invited BBFC Chief John Trevelyan to visit the set during filming. The finished product was then passed fully uncut.
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This movie only really found an audience at home in the U.K. when it landed the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival.
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Albert Finney turned down the role of Victor Arthur "Vic" Brown.
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Tony Beckley was going to appear in this movie, but dropped out.
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As Victor (Sir Alan Bates) and Jeff (James Bolam) leave the Plaza Cinema, they pass a poster for Days of Thrills and Laughter (1961).
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June Ritchie (Ingrid Rothwell) receives 'and introducing' credit.
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This movie cost one hundred sixty-five thousand pounds sterling, and grossed nearly three times that much just in the U.K.
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Closing credits: all characters and events in this film are fictitious and any similarity to actual persons living or dead is purely coincidental.
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