Party, Party 1982

director: Terry Windsor  



Great Britain



...the night before the morning after
The party we've all been to. It's New Years [sic] Eve and Larry's parents are off to the vicarage dance... totally unaware that there is a party going on at their house. In every room, from the potting shed to the attic, things are hotting up. Sharon is sowing a few last minute wild oats before she settles down to post-nuptial purity. WPC Rebecca has handcuffed Johnny to the loo cistern, Brenda has taken the scissors to the front of Shirley's dress, to make the most of her assets. There's a food fight in full swing and Toby is having a bit of bother with the heaviest gatecrasher in town... as if trying to pick up a bird wasn't bother enough, just before midnight, Mum and Dad come home and fancy a quickie on the sofa... SURPRISE! Featuring the music of ALTERED IMAGES... BANANARAMA... BAD MANNERS... PAULINE BLACK... CHAS and DAVE... ELVIS COSTELLO & THE ATTRACTIONS... DAVE EDMUNDS... MADNESS... MODERN ROMANCE... STING... MIDGE URE

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Distributor A & M Sound Pictures
Catalogue Number AM822
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Release Date October 1983
Duration: 93m 18s
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by Darr74
Many of the cast went on to become big stars on British TV Gary Olsen (The Bill, Prospects, Two Up Two Down), Karl Howman (first big starring role having previously guest starred in The Sweeney, The Professionals and Minder and went on to bigger fame in Brush Strokes), Clive Mantle (Little John in Robin Of Sherwood, Casualty and played the role of Frankenstein in a series of Government TV commercials for the 1990 privatisation of the Regional Electricity Boards), Nick Berry (Eastenders, Heartbeat), Caroline Quentin (Men Behaving Badly), Kate Williams (Love Thy Neighbour and just after this film appeared in Widows)