The World Ten Times Over

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The World Ten Times Over
Directed by Wolf Rilla
Produced by Michael Luke
Written by Wolf Rilla
Starring Sylvia Syms
Edward Judd
June Ritchie
William Hartnell
Music by Edwin Astley
Cinematography Larry Pizer
Edited by Jack Slade
Distributed by Associated British Picture Corporation
Release date
31 October 1963
Running time
93 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The World Ten Times Over is a 1963 British drama film written and directed by Wolf Rilla and starring Sylvia Syms, June Ritchie, Edward Judd and William Hartnell.[1] Donald Sutherland makes a brief cameo appearance in a night club scene, one of his earliest roles. The film was retitled Pussycat Alley in the US.



The film depicts the lives of two club hostesses working in the Soho area of London.


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