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Sparrows Can’t Sing (1963)

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A sailor (Booth) returns home to find his wife (Windsor) has shacked up with a bus driver who is now raising her baby – of doubtful paternity – as his own. Filmed on location in London’s East End at a time of rapid urban development and social change, the film lovingly explores the lost world of the docklands, warts and all.

This talk is part of the Reproduction on Film: Outlaws series.

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