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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: They have a TV set and a packet of fags, but they're both dead from the neck up.


Arthur Seaton: It's not the first time that bastard's called me a red though. Not that I wouldn't vote communist if I thought it would get rid of blokes like him.


Brenda: Been 'ere long?
Arthur Seaton: 10 minutes, was just looking at the lovely view.
Brenda: Better get down to earth then, adn't you?
Arthur Seaton: How did you go on at Aunt Ada's, it go off all right?
Brenda: No it didn't, was just one of them old wive's tales, she made me sit in a hot bath for 3 hours, had to drink a pint of gin. I'll never go through that again, it was terrible, I thought I was gonna die. And it didn't work.


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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 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.
Dudley Moore played the piano on the soundtrack.
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Also directed by Karel Reisz




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