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Genre  Comedy
Music director  Glen Mason
Screenplay  Harry Booth, Alan Hackney
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Director  Harry Booth
Producer  Roy Simpson
Go for a Take movie poster
Writer  Harry Booth, Alan Hackney
Initial release  December 1972 (United Kingdom)
Cast  Reg Varney (Wilfred Stone), Norman Rossington (Jack Foster), Dennis Price (Dracula, actor), Bob Todd (Security Man), Sue Lloyd (Angel Montgomery), Anouska Hempel (Suzi Eckmann)

Tagline  Go for a laugh.
Similar  Mutiny on the Buses, The Best Pair of Legs in the Business, That's Your Funeral

Go for a Take (a.k.a. Double Take) is a 1972 British comedy film directed by Harry Booth and featuring Dennis Price, Bob Todd, Reg Varney, Norman Rossington, Sue Lloyd, and Anouska Hempel. Debbie Russ reprises her role as the character "Tiger" from the television series Here Come the Double Deckers (1970–71).

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Cast

  • Reg Varney ... Wilfred Stone
  • Norman Rossington ... Jack Foster
  • Sue Lloyd ... Angel Montgomery
  • Dennis Price ... Dracula, actor
  • Julie Ege ... April
  • Patrick Newell ... Generous Jim
  • David Lodge ... Graham
  • Anouska Hempel ... Suzi Eckmann
  • Aubrey Morris ... Director
  • Bill Fraser ... TV Studio Doorman
  • Bob Todd ... Security Man
  • Jack Haig ... Security Man
  • Melvyn Hayes ... Ambulance Man
  • John Clive ... Hotel Waiter
  • Johnny Briggs ... Assistant Director
  • John Levene ... Assistant Director
  • David Prowse ... Actor
  • Penny Meredith ... Harem Girl
  • Debbie Russ ... Tiger
  • Peter Stephens ... Director
  • References

    Go for a Take Wikipedia
    Go for a Take IMDb Go for a Take themoviedb.org


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