All Neat in Black Stockings
All Neat in Black Stockings is a 1968 British comedy film directed by Christopher Morahan and starring Victor Henry, Susan George and Jack Shepherd. Based on a novel by Jane Gaskell, its plot follows an easygoing window cleaner who falls in love with a woman he meets in Swinging London.
- Victor Henry - Ginger
- Susan George - Jill
- Jack Shepherd - Dwyer
- Clare Kelly - Mother
- Anna Cropper - Cicely 'Sis'
- Harry Towb - Issur
- Vanessa Forsyth - Carole
- Terence De Marney - Old Gunge
- Jasmina Hilton - Babette
- John Woodnutt - Vicar
- Nita Lorraine - Jocasta
- Deirdre Costello - New Bird
- Andre Dakar - Man with parrot
- Rosalind Elliot - New Bird
- Gwendolyn Watts - Suburban housewife
- Anna Welsh - Hospital Sister
- Neil Wilson - Angry householder
- Christine Pryor - Cafe waitress
- Grahame James - Young bloke
- Eric Longworth - Business
- Malcolm Tierney - Photographer
- Maurice Travers - Car salesman
- Carmen Munroe - Nurse
- Larry Dann - New mate
- All Neat in Black Stockings. Network. 2014.
- All Neat in Black Stockings at the Internet Movie Database
- Turner Classic Movies: All Neat in Black Stockings.
- British Film Institute Film & TV Database: All Neat in Black Stockings.
- Drewe Shimon's review of All Neat in Black Stockings (1968).
- Paul Lewis's review of All Neat in Black Stockings.
- MP3-Samples of the soundtrack All Neat In Black Stockings. Tape 105 contains Instrumentals (Soloist Tony Coe and Soloist Kenny Wheeler. Tape 5302 contains two vocal numbers from the film sung by Jon Mark: "All Neat In Black Stockings" / "Run To Me" (Philips UK BF 1772, April 1969).
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