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Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Karel Reisz and produced by Tony Richardson and Harry Saltzman.

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Bert: Aye I noticed that girl myself this morning, smashing bit of stuff. I shouldn't think she'd want to be seen with a madman like you though.
Arthur Seaton: They all want a good time you can bet.


Arthur Seaton: Come in, oh come in duck, this is a surprise.
Doreen: I came to see how you were.
Arthur Seaton: I'll be as right as rain in a day or two.
Doreen: This is a nice room, are all them clothes 'yorn.
Arthur Seaton: Ah, just a few rags.
Doreen: They must have cost you a pretty penny.
Arthur Seaton: I get good wages.


Arthur Seaton: Don't let the bastards grind you down!


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The drummer of the pub group in the drinking contest scene is played by author Alan Sillitoe's brother.
British rock band the Arctic Monkeys were heavily influenced by this film. The title of their debut album "Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not" is a direct quote from the movie, and many of the songs were inspired by Albert Finney's character. Also the art design of the album was influenced by the realist images of British working class neighborhoods and night life in "Saturday Night and Sunday Morning".
The Legion of Decency refused to give the film its seal of approval, thereby affecting the film's chances on American screens.
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Also directed by Karel Reisz




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Also released in 1960




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