All the Way Up

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All the Way Up
All the Way Up (1970 film).jpg
British quad poster by Tom Chantrell
Directed byJames MacTaggart
Screenplay byPhillip Mackie
Based onthe play Semi-Detached by David Turner
StarringWarren Mitchell
Pat Heywood
Kenneth Cranham
Richard Briers
Music byHoward Blake
CinematographyDick Bush
Edited byRoy Watts
Production
company
Distributed byAnglo Amalgamated (U.K.)
Release date
1970
Running time
95 min[1]
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

All The Way Up is a 1970 British comedy film directed by James MacTaggart based on Semi-Detached, a 1962 play by Midlands dramatist David Turner.[2] It stars Warren Mitchell, Pat Heywood, Kenneth Cranham, Richard Briers, Adrienne Posta and Elaine Taylor.[3]

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A social climbing father uses everything from poison pen letters to blackmail in order to gain promotion and wealth for his children through marriages.

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