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Where Has Poor Mickey Gone
A fairground showman (Warren Mitchell) exacts a terrible revenge upon the hooligans who terrorise him in this haunting tale of mystery and magic
Director: Gerry Levy
Unseen for years, this strange, atmospheric B-Picture oddity sees Warren Mitchell superb as fairground magician Emilio Dinelli, tormented by a gang of young Soho rowdies who take him prisoner in his backstreet workshop. Forced to perform for his captors, he exacts a strange revenge that will haunt your memory. A moody blues soundtrack comes courtesy of Ottilie Patterson and Sonny Boy Williamson.
- Gerry Levy
- Warren MitchellJohn Malcolm
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