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Mickey Dunne 

Half hour British comedy/drama series loosely based upon the 1966 Michael Caine movie "Alfie". Only lasted 1 season but had some laughs. Not available on video of any format.
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Dinsdale Landen ...  Mickey Dunne 13 episodes, 1967
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Half hour British comedy/drama series loosely based upon the 1966 Michael Caine movie "Alfie". Only lasted 1 season but had some laughs. Not available on video of any format.

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 May 1967 (UK) See more »

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Runtime:

(14 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Mono

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1.33 : 1
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The theme song for this show was "Mickey Dunne" performed by Vince Hill, which was released as a B-Side on his EP, "Roses of Picardy / Mickey Dunne" See more »

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28 July 2005 | by labriggsukSee all my reviews

I have seen the film Lolita and I used to watch the series Mickey Dunne in the all too distant days of my youth. Unfortunately, I don't think that it was ever repeated, and as is true of so many programmes of that era, I suspect that no material from it was preserved. The Missing Believed Wiped project has done wonderfully well in discovering material that was not preserved in the Archives of the television companies, so perhaps there is a possibility.

I am more than a little puzzled as to what factors led a person or people to indicate that having liked the series Mickey Dunne would indicate that the viewer would also enjoy the film Lolita.

I would like to be able to add a cast credit, but have no way of identifying the episode to be able to do so in the system. This restriction seems to be something of a flaw in what is otherwise such a wonderful resource. Someone with access to the Radio Times would be able to check the necessary information.

I still remember the music and some of the lyrics of the theme tune of the series, which was put out on record, performed by Vince Hill.


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