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The Lost World of the Seventies (2012)

The well-known journalist revisits some of his films on the big characters who helped shaped the 1970s in Britain. Both tragic and comic, it highlights just how much our world has changed in four decades.

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Nick Norman-Butler

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Complete credited cast:
Michael Cockerell Michael Cockerell ... Himself - Reporter
Walter Walker Walter Walker ... Himself (archive footage) (as General Sir Walter Walker)
Lord Longford Lord Longford ... Himself (archive footage)
James Goldsmith James Goldsmith ... Himself (archive footage) (as Sir Jimmy Goldsmith)
Robert Mark Robert Mark ... Himself - Met. Police Commissioner 1972-1977 (archive footage) (as Sir Robert Mark)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rachel Billington Rachel Billington ... Herself
Gyles Brandreth Gyles Brandreth ... Himself
Peter Brodie Peter Brodie ... Himself - Head of CID 1966-1972 (archive footage)
Ken Drury Ken Drury ... Himself - Former Head of Flying Squad (archive footage) (as Commander Ken Drury)
Ivan Fallon Ivan Fallon ... Himself - Goldsmith biographer
Annabel Goldsmith Annabel Goldsmith ... Herself - Wife of Sir Jimmy Goldsmith (as Lady Annabel Goldsmith)
Alex Greenwood Alex Greenwood ... Himself (as Major Alex Greenwood)
Mick Howell Mick Howell ... Himself - Flying Squad (archive footage) (as Det Sgt Mick Howell)
Rusty Humphreys Rusty Humphreys ... Herself (archive footage)
Richard Ingrams Richard Ingrams ... Himself - Editor, Private Eye 1963-1986
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The well-known journalist revisits some of his films on the big characters who helped shaped the 1970s in Britain. Both tragic and comic, it highlights just how much our world has changed in four decades.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 May 2012 (UK) See more »

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