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All Coppers Are... (1972)

| Drama | June 1972 (UK)
A young policeman and a small-time crook are both involve with the same girl.

Director:

Sidney Hayers

Writer:

Allan Prior (original screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Martin Potter ... Joe
Julia Foster ... Sue
Nicky Henson ... Barry
Wendy Allnutt ... Peg
Sandra Dorne ... Sue's mother
Glynn Edwards ... Jock
Queenie Watts Queenie Watts ... Mrs. Malloy
Eddie Byrne ... Malloy
Norman Jones ... Sgt. Wallis
David Baxter David Baxter ... Fancy Boy
Carmel McSharry Carmel McSharry ... Mrs. Briggs
David Essex ... Ronnie Briggs
Robin Askwith ... Simmy
Tony Wright ... Police Inspector
Graham Weston
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A young policeman and a small-time crook are both involve with the same girl.

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Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

June 1972 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Jepari See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Cifford Earl who plays a police jailer is dubbed by George Sewell. See more »

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Referenced in Inside the Tower (2015) See more »

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Early 70s London tug of love between petty crim & bobby
10 May 2002 | by hodo68See all my reviews

I really can't recommend this movie, Sat through it in an early morning bout of insomnia, Set/Made in a working class district of London in the late 60s early seventies., The plot consists of the two men vying for the affections of a an attractive young lady living in a council flat. One a rather obnoxious crim type (I suspect he's meant to be a ladies man but the rather dated attitudes make him seem a sleaze) and one a copper (married as well). I think the film was trying to say something about class relations, male/female relationship etc etc, and while the acting is adequate the stodgy plot never raises it above the mediocre. Pluses are the sixties feel and location that is like a little window to a vanished world & lots of street scenes of London at this time, I think the large power station which dominates the area where the characters live is now a modern art gallery.


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