Go for a Take

UK 1972

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Double Take
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Directed by Harry Booth

A booring, predictable chase and adventure film that features Reg Varney. On the run, the two lads hide out in a film studio. By coincidence, Generous Jim -- the man who's after them -- arrives at the studio on other business

a.k.a. Double Take

Julie Ege as April
Jack Haig as Security Man
Melvyn Hayes
Anouska Hempel as Suzi Eckmann
John Levene
Sue Lloyd as Angel Montgomery
David Lodge as Graham
Aubrey Morris as Director
Patrick Newell as Generous Jim
Dennis Price as Dracula
Norman Rossington as Jack Foster
Debbie Russ as Tiger
Peter Stephens as Director
Bob Todd as Security Man
Reg Varney as Wilfred Stone

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