Up the Junction (1968)





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Based on a popular British novel by Nell Dunn, Up the Junction was a made-for-TV movie in 1965 before being remade for theatrical release in 1968. It features Suzy Kendall as Polly, an upper-class Chelsea girl who decides to relieve her boredom by slumming in a working-class section of London called Battersea. She gets a job in a candy factory and becomes friends with co-workers Rube (Adrienne Posta) and Sylvie (Maureen Lipman), two sisters. Polly takes up with Peter (Dennis Waterman), who dreams of leaving Battersea and becoming rich. ~ Michael Betzold, Rovi
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Michael Martin
as Police Inspector
Alfie Bass
as Charlie
Hylda Baker
as Winny
Mark Ross
as Policeman
Queenie Watts
as Mrs. Hardy
Liz Fraser
as Mrs. McCarthy
Aubrey Morris
as Creely
Harry Hutchinson
as Hotel Porter
Lockwood West
as Magistrate
Ruby Head
as Edith
Larry Martyn
as Barrow Boy
Derek Ware
as Ted's Friend
Yvonne Manners
as Hotel Receptionist
Linda Cole
as Pauline
Olwen Griffith
as Fat Lil
Jack Phillips
as Old Man
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