The Chain (film)

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The Chain
Directed by Jack Gold
Produced by Victor Glynn
Written by Jack Rosenthal
Starring Maurice Denham,
Nigel Hawthorne,
Denis Lawson,
Leo McKern,
Warren Mitchell,
Rita Wolf
Music by Stanley Myers
Edited by Bill Blunden
Distributed by Film Four International
Rank Organisation
Release date
Running time
100 min.
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The Chain is a British comedy drama film first released in 1984. The film was produced and distributed by Film Four International.



The Chain tells the story of seven households that comprise a circular property chain, and various moving company employees who are tasked with assisting each household in their move. It follows the trials and tribulations, from trivial to profound, each household and mover (who are each guilty of one of the seven deadly sins) endures during the moving process.

In 1994 a spin-off series, Moving Story, was made for ITV in which Warren Clarke played the part of Bamber.

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