All the Way Up

All The Way Up is a 1970 British comedy film directed by James MacTaggart based on Semi-Detached, a 1962 play by Midlands dramatist David Turner.[2] It stars Warren Mitchell, Pat Heywood, Kenneth Cranham, Richard Briers, Adrienne Posta and Elaine Taylor.[3]

All the Way Up
British quad poster by Tom Chantrell
Directed byJames MacTaggart
Screenplay byPhillip Mackie
Based onthe play Semi-Detached by David Turner
StarringWarren Mitchell
Pat Heywood
Kenneth Cranham
Richard Briers
Music byHoward Blake
CinematographyDick Bush
Edited byRoy Watts
Distributed byAnglo Amalgamated (U.K.)
Release date
Running time
95 min[1]
CountryUnited Kingdom


A social climbing father uses everything from poison pen letters to blackmail in order to gain promotion and wealth for his children through marriages.



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