Lynn Redgrave is adorable and the title tune (By Tom Springfield and Jim Dale, sung by the Australian group The Seekers featuring Judith Durham) irresistible in the opening sequence from Georgy Girl, 1966.
Georgy (Lynn Redgrave) begins in a reverie which ends in the apartment with roommate Meredith (Charlotte Rampling) and leads to a social disappointment in Georgy Girl, 1966.
Nurse Fay (Lee Remick) not yet convinced Dennis (Hywel Bennett) has the funds to marry, after which he plots with Hal (Roy Holder) for bank robbery in the buff, in Loot, 1970, from the Joe Orton play.
A religious fanatic (Tallulah Bankhead) imprisons her late son's fiancee in Die! Die! My Darling! (1965).
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