Vic (Alan Bates) off the bus with co-worker Ingrid (June Ritchie), whom he fancies and who paid his fare, then to his family's Manchester home, chatting with Dad (Bert Palmer) and brother (Malcolm Patton), in John Schlesinger's A Kind Of Loving, 1962.
Breakfast in Manchester, draftsman Vic (Alan Bates) with Mum (Gwen Nelson), railwayman Dad (Bert Palmer) and brother (Malcolm Patton), then off to work chatting about his new girl, in John Schlesinger's A Kind Of Loving, 1962.
At the Miller Arcade in Preston, Lancashire, Vic (Alan Bates) meets his new girl Ingrid (June Ritchie), unhappy to discover she's brought along needy friend Dorothy (Patsy Rowlands), in John Schlesinger's A Kind Of Loving, 1962.
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