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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: What's your name then duck?
Doreen: Doreen, rotten name ain't it.
Arthur Seaton: What's the matter with it? Mine's Arthur, neither of them's up to much but it's not our fault, is it.


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.


Arthur Seaton: Look I'll go and see me Aunt Ada, she'll know what to do, she's had 14 kids of her own and I'm sure she's got rid of as many others.


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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".
First film of Colin Blakely.
The house used as the filming location for the Seafords' house was owned by Alan Sillitoe, the author of the novel on which the film is based.
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Also directed by Karel Reisz




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Also produced by Tony Richardson




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Also released in 1960




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