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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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Arthur Seaton: How's Johnny getting on in Australia?
Aunt Ada: Well you know Arthur, I reckon Johnny's a lot better off out there, he never did well in this country, did he.
Arthur Seaton: No, he always was a good worker though, I know that.


Arthur Seaton: I'll have a fag in a bit, no use working every minute God sends. I could get through it in half the time if I worked like a bull, but they'd only slash my wages so they can get stuffed!


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


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The Legion of Decency refused to give the film its seal of approval, thereby affecting the film's chances on American screens.
Harry Saltzman's original choice for Arthur Seaton was Peter O'Toole.
The factory scenes were filmed in the same factory that original author Alan Sillitoe worked in during the war when he was making shells and other artillery. At the time of filming, the factory was owned by the Raleigh bicycle company.
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Also directed by Karel Reisz




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Also released in 1960




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