Rare Promotional Still – Ian Hendry + June Ritchie In This Is My Street (1964)

Picture above: Ian Hendry + June Ritchie In This Is My Street (1964)

This Is My Street is a 1964 British drama film directed by Sidney Hayers and starring Ian Hendry, June Ritchie, Avice Landone, John Hurt and Meredith Edwards. A bored housewife living in a run down inner city house begins an affair with the lodger, a salesman. The second film featuring Ian and June Ritchie – the first of course being Live Now Play Later (1962)

Video above: This Is My Street (1964) – Promotional Video

This Is My Street Ian Hendry

This Is My Street Ian Hendry (1963)

Picture: Original Film Posters – This Is My Street (1964)

“Ian Hendry, June Ritchie, John Hurt and future Randall and Hopkirk stars Annette André and Mike Pratt feature among an outstanding cast in this mid-sixties realist drama from noted director Sidney Hayers.

Jubilee Close, a drab street of decaying houses in London’s Battersea, is home to a cross-section of working-class families. Yearning to escape from this depressing environment is the pretty, ambitious Margery Graham; the victim of an enforced marriage, she is tied to a lazy, boorish husband and young daughter. Margery lives next door to her widowed mother who, in order to make ends meet, has taken in a lodger, Harry – a slick, unscrupulous salesman with a roving eye and a more-than-neighbourly interest in Margery…”

See also:

Ian Hendry – This Is My Street (1964) Promotional Still

Ian Hendry + June Ritchie – Open Top Car Promotional Still

Until next time,

Neil Hendry
Editor, Official Website of Ian Hendry

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