No Love for Johnnie
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For the novel, see No Love for Johnnie (novel).
|No Love for Johnnie|
|Directed by||Ralph Thomas|
|Music by||Malcolm Arnold|
|Edited by||Alfred Roome|
|Distributed by||Embassy Pictures Corporation|
|9 February 1961 (World Premiere, London
14 February 1961 (UK)
December 12 1961 (US)
The film had its world premiere on 9 February 1961 at the Leicester Square Theatre in London's West End.
- Peter Finch as Johnnie Byrne
- Stanley Holloway as Fred Andrews
- Mary Peach as Pauline
- Donald Pleasence as Roger Renfrew
- Billie Whitelaw as Mary
- Hugh Burden as Tim Maxwell
- Rosalie Crutchley as Alice
- Michael Goodliffe as Dr. West
- Mervyn Johns as Charlie Young
- Geoffrey Keen as The Prime Minister
- Paul Rogers as Sydney Johnson
- Dennis Price as Flagg
- Peter Barkworth as Henderson
- Fenella Fielding as Sheila
- Derek Francis as Frank
- Conrad Phillips as Drake
- Gladys Henson as Constituent
- Peter Sallis as M.P.
- "Berlinale 1961: Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2010-01-23.
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