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Jenny Agutter and Dudley Sutton - A host of stars were snapped as they attended the premiere of Tin at the Empire cinema in Leicester Square, London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 14th April 2015

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Dudley Sutton - Celebrities attend the 'Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be' press night at the Theater Royal in Stratford - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 20th May 2014

Dudley Sutton - MCM Birmingham Memorabilia Comic Con at Birmingham NEC - Birmingham, United Kingdom - Saturday 16th March 2013

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Cockneys Vs Zombies Review


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It's impossible for this film to escape comparisons with Shaun of the Dead, another witty zombie comedy set in London. Although this one transfers the action from North London to the East End, where the undead prowl around the neighbourhood that has just hosted the Olympic Games. Which also lets the filmmakers play with that no-nonsense Cockney grit. The script has some very funny moments, and the cast is terrific, but the film is too inconsistent to be a classic.

The craziness starts when a construction crew opens a 500-year-old plague pit, unleashing flesh-chomping zombies. Oblivious to this, brothers Terry and Andy (Hardiker and Treadaway) are planning to rob a bank to get the cash to save their grandfather's nursing home, which is under threat from a property developer. Their team includes a safecracker (Ryan), a gun nut (Thomas) and a loyal idiot (Doolan), but their badly planned heist is derailed when they run into the undead. Now their goal is to rescue Granddad (Ford) and his pals (including Blackman, Briers and Sutton).

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Dudley Sutton Thursday 23rd August 2012 Film 4's FrightFest 2012 at the Empire Cinema - Day 1

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Dudley Sutton Tuesday 24th April 2012 Outside Bet - UK film premiere held at the Cineworld Haymarket - Arrivals

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The Leather Boys Review


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The Leather Boys is sometimes described as the quintessential British juvenile delinquency movie, a sort of Wild One with a Cockney accent, but it's something rather different and much more interesting than a "gang terrorizes town" flick. Filmed in great-looking black and white with plenty of fog and rain (it's the only way to imagine England in its early-'60s, pre-Beatles, pre-swingin' days), the movie is actually more of a melodrama about a teenage marriage gone wrong and the frustrations of a young generation looking around and seeing only more rain and more fog.

Sixteen-year-old Dot (Rita Tushingham, pretty but cursed with a Bob Hope ski-slope nose) and her slightly older boyfriend Reggie (Colin Campbell) are the happiest couple among their large biker gang, a relatively harmless group who hang around the Ace Café, admire each other's bikes, and gun off down the motorway in large packs. They all seem to have jobs, albeit crummy ones, and none seem too fixated on the future. Dot, however, is ready to tie the knot, and Reggie thinks it might be a good ol' laugh, so with the grudging approval of both sets of parents, the two are quickly married in a low-rent ceremony from which everyone departs in a double-decker London bus.

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