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No Love for Johnnie (1961)





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Peter Finch plays Johnnie Byrne, a British member of parliament. When Johnnie loses out on an important cabinet post, he's hardly surprised; he's been a loser so long that it's par for the course. Treated shabbily by his communistic wife Rosalie Crutchley, Johnnie begins an affair with fashion-model Mary Peach. His ardor causes him to miss an important House of Commons meeting, which subsequently leads to his disgrace in the eyes of his leftist political associates. A chance at a reconciliation with his wife is scuttled when Johnnie finds that he will lose a much-coveted cabinet seat if he does not sever his communist ties, both professional and personal. No Love for Johnnie was based on a novel by Wilfred Fienburgh, himself a Socialist MP who evidently knew whereof he spoke. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Peter Finch
as Johnnie Byrne
Stanley Holloway
as Fred Andrews
Mary Peach
as Pauline West model
Donald Pleasence
as Roger Renfrew
Hugh Burden
as Tim Maxwell
Rosalie Crutchley
as Alice Byrne
Mervyn Johns
as Charlie Young
Geoffrey Keen
as Prime Minister
Paul Rogers
as Sydney Johnson
Peter Barkworth
as Henderson
Gladys Henson
as Constituent
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