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"Alfie Darling" is a 1976 British comedy drama film directed by Ken Hughes. It is the sequel to the 1966 film Alfie. This time Alan Price takes over Michael Caine's role of Alfie. Alan Price also penned the movie title song, performed and released as a single by Cilla Black who was also was the first to record the title song based on the original movie, penned by Burt Bacharach and Hal David.
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- music by Alan Price
- genres: Sex comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance Film, Comedy-drama, Comedy, Drama
- released in (39 years ago)
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by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor
Naughton, Alfie Darling, 1970 wrap up verb 1 to cease talking; to stop making a noise UK Usually in the imperative, often as a two word exclamation. • Why don't you [w]rap up you'v[e] got the guts of a slag. — Frank Norman, Bang To Rights, ...
by Eric Partridge
Alfie Darling, 1970 • There aint half been some clever bastards / Lucky bleeders, lucky bleeders[.] ...
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