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I'll Never Forget What's'isname (1967)

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The professional and romantic misadventures of an advertising executive in 1960s swinging London.

Director:

Michael Winner

Writer:

Peter Draper
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Orson Welles ... Jonathan Lute
Oliver Reed ... Andrew Quint
Carol White ... Georgina Elben
Harry Andrews ... Gerald Sater
Michael Hordern ... Headmaster
Wendy Craig ... Louise Quint
Norman Rodway ... Nicholas
Marianne Faithfull ... Josie
Frank Finlay ... Chaplain
Ann Lynn ... Carla
Harvey Hall Harvey Hall ... Charles Maccabee
Lyn Ashley Lyn Ashley ... Susannah
Edward Fox ... Walter
Basil Dignam
Mark Burns ... Michael Cornwall
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Advertising golden boy Andrew Quint (Oliver Reed) is fed up with his fabulously successful life. In very dramatic fashion, he quits his job to return to writing for a small literary magazine. He wants to leave his former life behind, going as far as saying goodbye to his wife and mistresses. He finds, however, that it's not so easy to escape the past. Written by George S. Davis <mgeorges@prodigy.net>

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He smashed up his desk, gave up a wife, three mistresses and went back to the simple life. Then his troubles really started!

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Trivia

It has been claimed that Orson Welles directed all of his own scenes in this movie, although this has never been confirmed. See more »

Quotes

Jonathan Lute: Give artists money these days and all they do is... spend it.
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This is wonderfully strange , a unique exploration ?
1 March 2020 | by jefadlm-1See all my reviews

Irrespective of any reviewer opinion, every viewer interprets what he or she sees hears or any scene , or entire narrative moves us to bring our own personal feelings, descriptive explanations and possibly some level of final personal outcome , verbalised on to this page ! We well remember Oliver Reed was a complicated character and possibly in real life portrayed various personal characteristics in the presence of some folk , which would be totally different for other people ? The British class system in the 1960s ( and to some extent due to some enbarrasment less so in rhe 2000s ) was horribly egocentric and to the uninitiated unfathomable ! One very weird example was the POUNDS SHILLINGS AND PENCE eccentric system of payment ! I never did fathom the illogicality of SIX PENCE ( which was a single coin partially made of silver ) which as seen in the supermarket as 6 D !!! That alone sums up BRITISH ecentricity , and then pile on top of that the egotistical garbage referred to by Orson ! ( a good exammple of a man unafraid of risks, however much danger might lie in wait to snare him ? This film (movie for those of that preference ? ) goes to a lot of trouble and the actors do the script justice in their portrayals of the trials and tribulations of overgrown children that could not come to terms with their own adulthood ! I was lucky enough to have a week of work on one of Winners comedies ! This serious narrative seems to show him as very competent and well directed by him. Whether true or not regarding Orson directing his scenes, I have no idea ? I could not discern any difference in style or aristic application ? So, for me that remains unknown. As I try to say at the start of this review, and in addition to that , i do feel this entertains and even educates , albeit entreched as it is in a time and space now of historical interest ? Bearing in mind many Brit eccentricities still stick like gooey glue which refuses to be killed off !


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Language:

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Release Date:

9 February 1968 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

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Mono (Westrex Recording System)

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