Christopher Morahan

  • Jim O’Brien & Christopher Morahan – The Jewel in the Crown (1984)

    1981-1990Christopher MorahanDramaJim O'BrienTVUnited Kingdom

    The Jewel in the Crown (1984) is a British television serial about the final days of the British Raj in India during World War II, based upon the Raj Quartet novels by Paul Scott.
    Granada Television produced it for the ITV network.Read More »

  • Christopher Morahan – Old Times (1975)

    Drama1971-1980Christopher MorahanTVUnited Kingdom

    Synopsis:
    ‘Married couple Kate and Deeley are joined by Kate’s friend, Anna and talk of the past ensues. Although it is a past they have shared, their memories of it are not always the same.
    An intimate three-character play about the capriciousness of memory and the jealousy of our beloved’s intangible past.’
    – BFIRead More »

  • Christopher Morahan – Diamonds for Breakfast (1968)

    1961-1970Christopher MorahanComedyUnited Kingdom

    Quote:
    BRAND NEW 2K MASTER! Four thieves try to steal the Imperial Jewels of Russia! Swinging playboy Grand Duke Nicholas Wladimirovitch Goduno (Marcello Mastroianni, Marriage Italian Style), a direct descendent of the Romanov family who were overthrown in the Russian Revolution of 1917, learns that his family’s crown jewels will be exhibited at a London museum and plots to steal them. He gathers a crew of beautiful but dangerous women, led by Bridget Rafferty (Rita Tushingham, The Knack… and How to Get It), to assist in his plot against Popov (Warren Mitchell, The Crawling Eye), the Soviet functionary in charge of the exhibit. Wonderfully directed by Christopher Morahan (Clockwise) and beautifully shot by Gerry Turpin (Seance on a Wet Afternoon, The Whisperers).Read More »

  • Christopher Morahan – All Neat in Black Stockings (1968)

    1961-1970Christopher MorahanDramaRomanceUnited Kingdom

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    A small comedy drama about the life and sex adventures of an amorous window cleaner, in the hip and swingin’ London of the 60’s. Ginger (Victor Henry) divides his time between picking up the cleaning rag and picking up women in the London pubs. One girl he meets is the pretty and demure Jill (Susan George), who his best friend Dwyer (Jack Shephard) takes a shine to. When Ginger agrees to becomes a caretaker at an old man’s mansion and a wild party results, he asks Dwyer to look after Jill. Dwyer takes that invitation as a chance to seduce Jill. Later, when Ginger is informed by Jill that she is pregnant.Read More »

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