Dead Cert (1974 film)
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|Directed by||Tony Richardson|
|Produced by||Neil Hartley|
|Written by||John Oaksey
|Based on||Dead Cert
by Dick Francis
|Music by||John Addison|
|Editing by||John Glen|
|Studio||Woodfall Film Productions|
|Distributed by||United Artists Films
MGM Home Entertainment
|Running time||99 minutes|
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A young jockey investigates on strange deadly accidents that involve his race horse.
- Scott Antony as "Alan York"
- Geoffrey Bateman as "Everest"
- John Bindon as "Walter"
- Joseph Blatchley as "Joe Nantwich"
- Judi Dench as "Laura Davidson"
- Mark Dignam as "Clifford Tudor"
- Mick Dillon as "Jockey" (as Mickey Dillon)
- Bill Fraser as "Uncle George"
- Frank Gentry as "Gipsy"
- Julian Glover as "Lodge"
- Ian Hogg as "Bill Davidson"
- Sean Lynch as "Sid"
- Hideo Saito as "Yuko"
- Nina Thomas as "Penny Brocker"
- Michael Williams as "Sandy Mason"
- LeVasseur, Andrea. "Overview:Dead Cert". Allmovie. Retrieved August 26, 2010.
- Dead Cert at the Internet Movie Database
- Dead Cert at the TCM Movie Database
- Dead Cert at Rotten Tomatoes
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