For elite passengers awaiting London-to-U.S. flights, takeoff can't occur soon enough. But then fog rolls in, grounding air traffic. Over the next fateful night, the jet-setters must face problems and not flee them.
Slowly gaining confidence, understudy Polly (Twiggy), backstage with haughty Percy (Bryan Pringle), then on stage with his wife Moyra (Moyra Fraser), shooting on location at the Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, in Ken Russell's The Boyfriend, 1971.
Maurice (Denholm Elliott) treats his guest Jamie, (Barry Evans) his daughter Caroline, (Angela Scoular) his wife (Maxine Audley) and housekeeper (Erika Raffael) to some insights about wine in Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush, 1968.
Jamie (Barry Evans) in his non-stop narration, comes upon the peerless Mary (Judy Geeson) as he bicycles about in director Clive Donner's Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush, 1968.
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The star has injured an ankle, but the show and inexperienced stage assistant Polly Browne ?must go on. Break a leg, kid. And don't let the presence of Hollywood director and talent scout Mr. De Thrill add any pressure. And so begins this colorful tale of theater hopefuls with stars in their eyes and greasepaint in their veins, a work that, under the guidance of director Ken Russell, is not just an affectionate filmization of Sandy Wilson's London/Broadway stage hit but also an homage to the movie stagings of Busby Berkeley? complete with imaginative use of kaleidoscopic top shots and rows of leggy chorines. Fashion icon Twiggy makes her screen debut as sweet-natured Polly, a role played earlier by Julie Andrews in her Broadway debut. Curtain up. Maybe someone will be discovered tonight.
The star has injured an ankle but the show and inexperienced stage assistant Polly must go on. Twiggy makes her debut as sweet natured Polly a role played by Julie in her Broadway debut.
The star has injured an ankle, but the show - and inexperienced stage assistant Polly Browne - must go on. Break a leg, kid. And don't let the presence of Hollywood director and talent scout Mr. De Thrill add any pressure.
Inclement weather forces a group of wealthy passengers, including a duchess, a movie mogul, and an Australian entrepreneur, to spend the night in the V.I.P. lounge of the London airport. As they get acquainted, they confront their various problems. Oscar-winner Elizabeth Taylor ("Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?") stars in this insightful drama as an American wife about to leave her husband, Richard Burton ("The Spy Who Came in from the Cold," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"), for her lover, Louis Jordan ("Gigi"). Also starring Oscar-winner Maggie Smith ("A Room with a View," "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie"), Oscar-winner Orson Welles ("Citizen Kane," "Touch of Evil"), and Rod Taylor ("The Birds," "The Time Machine"). Margaret Rutherford received an Oscar for her supporting role as the troubled Duchess of Brighton.
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