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Plenty No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.



Directed by

Fred Schepisi


Andre Maranne
Charles Dance
Raymond Brock
Tristram Jellinek
Peter Forbes-Robertson
Hotel Manager
Hugo De Vernier
James Taylor
Tony (dead)
John Gielgud
Sir Leonard Darwin
Tracey Ullman
Alice Park
Ian Wallace
Andy de la Tour
Mitch Davies
Christopher Fairbank
Lindsay Ingram
Richard Hope
Terry Lightfoot
Roddy Maude-Roxby
Committee Chairman
Andrew Seear
Roger Rowland
Police Officer
John Kidd
1st Committee Man
James Snell
Vincent Tampan
Michael Johnson
Account Executive
Bernard Brown
Rupert Vansittart
Client's Asst.
Beth Morris
Housewife in Advert
Geoffrey Larder
TV Salesman
Tim Seely
Sir Charles Curry
Jasper Jacob
Young Diplomat
Karen Lewis-Attenborough
Brock's Maid
Burt Kwouk
Mr. Aung
Pik Sen Lim
Mme. Aung
Nicholas Frankau
Foreign Office Assistant
Clare McIntyre
Girl at Dinner Party
Ali Refaie
Jordanian Servant
William Hoyland
Roger Ashton-Griffiths
Radio Producer
Jeffry Wickham
1st SOE Man
Alexander John
Radio Interviewer
Matthew Guinness
2nd SOE Man
John Rees
3rd SOE Man
Lyndon Brook
Sir Andrew Charleson
Joan Blackham
Miss Simpson
John Serret
French Farmer
Maxwell Craig
Man in Cafe
Harry Fielder
Road Worker
Jill Goldston
Party Guest
Derek Lyons
Camera man
Guy Standeven
Committee Member Smoking Pipe
Year: 1985
 121 minutes (2 hrs 01 mins)
UK release date UK release: 22nd November 1985
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
US release date US release: 20th September 1985
MPAA Age Rating: Plenty R age rating 
UK total gross
  £853.9 Thousand

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