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Melody
Directed byWaris Hussein
Produced byDavid Puttnam
Written byAlan Parker
StarringJack Wild
Mark Lester
Tracy Hyde
Music byBee Gees
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
CinematographyPeter Suschitzky
Edited byJohn Victor Smith
Production
company
Hemdale Group
Sagittarius Productions
Goodtimes Enterprises
Distributed byBritish Lion Films
  • 21 April 1971 (United Kingdom)
103 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
Budget$600,000[1]

Melody (originally marketed as S.W.A.L.K. in the UK – S.W.A.L.K. is a message traditionally written on the envelopes of love letters by British schoolchildren, standing for sealed with a loving kiss) is a 1971 British film directed by Waris Hussein about puppy love. The film starred Jack Wild, Mark Lester and Tracy Hyde. Although the film was a box office disappointment in both the United States and Britain, it turned out to be an enormous hit in Japan as well as in some Latin American countries such as Mexico, Argentina and Chile,[2] and a modest hit in South Africa.

Plot[edit]

This romantic story is told through the viewpoint of the children in the story, the adults playing only supporting roles. Daniel Latimer befriends the troublesome Ornshaw. However, when Daniel falls in love with Melody Perkins, the boys' friendship becomes jeopardized, as Ornshaw grows jealous of the amount of time that Daniel gives her. Initially embarrassed by the attention, Melody comes to return Daniel's feelings, and the couple announce to their parents that they want to get married. Not sometime in the future, but now. The adults attempt to dissuade them, but Daniel and Melody's determination leads Ornshaw to have a change of heart. Their classmates gather together at one of the children's hideouts to 'marry' the couple, with their discovery leading to a final showdown between children and teachers.

Cast[edit]

  • Mark Lester as Daniel Latimer
  • Tracy Hyde as Melody Perkins
  • Jack Wild as Ornshaw
  • Colin Barrie as Chambers
  • Billy Franks as Burgess
  • Ashley Knight as Stacey
  • Craig Marriott as Dadds
  • William Vanderpuye as O'Leary
  • Peter Walton as Fensham
  • Camille Davies as Muriel
  • Dawn Hope as Maureen
  • Kay Skinner as Peggy
  • Lesley Roach as Rhoda
  • Sheila Steafel as Mrs. Latimer
  • Keith Barron as Mr. Latimer
  • Kate Williams as Mrs Perkins
  • Roy Kinnear as Mr. Perkins
  • Hilda Barry as Grandma Perkins
  • James Cossins as Headmaster
  • Ken Jones as Mr. Dicks
  • June Jago as Miss Fairfax
  • June C. Ellis as Miss Dimkins
  • Tim Wylton as Mr. Fellows
  • John Gorman as Boys' Brigade Captain
  • Petal Young as Betty
  • Robin Hunter as George
  • Tracy Reed as (Television Film) Woman in Hospital
  • Neil Hallett as (Television Film) Man in Hospital
  • Leonard Brockwell as Boys' Group
  • Stephen Mallett as Boys' Group

Production[edit]

Film production began in the Spring of 1970 shooting on location in Hammersmith, and Lambeth in the greater London area. Post-production was completed at the Twickenham Studios.[3] The graveyard scenes of the film were shot on location at Brompton Cemetery and Nunhead Cemetery.[citation needed] The seaside scenes in the latter part of the film were shot in Weymouth, Dorset.

Mark Lester (Daniel Latimer) and Jack Wild (Ornshaw) had previously appeared together in the 1968 musical film adaptation of Oliver!. They were joined by the child model Tracy Hyde in the title role. Other cast members included Kate Williams and Roy Kinnear as Melody's parents, and Sheila Steafel and Keith Barron as Daniel's parents.

The film's musical soundtrack included songs by the Bee Gees ('In the Morning', 'Melody Fair', 'Give Your Best', and the hit singles 'To Love Somebody' and 'First of May'), and the Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young hit 'Teach Your Children'.[4]

This was the first screenplay by film director Alan Parker. Parker did some second-unit direction for the film, shooting the montage sequences of the school children at break-time and at the track meet.[3] This was the feature film debut of then child model and commercial actress Tracy Hyde at the age of 11. Writer/Director Andrew Birkin recommended Tracy Hyde for the title role of Melody Perkins to director Waris Hussein, after screening and auditioning over 100 girls.[3] Actor Jack Wild, who played Ornshaw, was actually 17 at the time of the production.

Video release[edit]

Melody was mastered in Region 2 format on DVD by Kadokawa Pictures in Japan. Kadokawa released it on Region A Blu-ray in Japan on December 22, 2015 and StudioCanal released it on Region B Blu-ray on May 8, 2017.

Soundtrack[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Alexander Walker, National Heroes: British Cinema in the Seventies and Eighties, Harrap, 1985 p 67
  2. ^Commentaries, specially #410; Melody: Cine o educación emocional, by Daniela, 2005
  3. ^ abcMelody DVD; production notes
  4. ^Melody movie soundtrack; Universal International

External links[edit]

  • Melody on IMDb
  • Melody at the TCM Movie Database
  • Melody at AllMovie
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Directed by

Waris Hussein

Writing Credits

Alan Parker... (original story and screenplay)

Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification

Mark Lester ... Daniel
Tracy Hyde ... Melody
Jack Wild ... Ornshaw
Colin Barrie ... Chambers
Billy Franks ... Burgess
Ashley Knight ... Stacey
Craig Marriott ... Dadds (as Craig Marriot)
William Vanderpuye ... O'Leary
Peter Walton ... Fensham
Camille Davis ... Muriel (as Camille Davies)
Dawn Hope ... Maureen
Kay Skinner ... Peggy
Lesley Roach ... Rhoda
Sheila Steafel ... Mrs Latimer
Kate Williams ... Mrs Perkins
Roy Kinnear ... Mr. Perkins
Hilda Barry ... Granma Perkins
James Cossins ... Headmaster
Ken Jones ... Mr. Dicks
June Jago ... Miss Fairfax
June Ellis ... Miss Dimkins
Tim Wylton ... Mr. Fellows
John Gorman ... Boys Brigade Capt
Petal Young ... Betty
Robin Hunter ... George
Tracy Reed ... (Television Film) Woman in hospital
Neil Hallett ... (Television Film) Man in hospital
Deborah Childs ... Girls group
Heather Gibson ... Girls group
Susan Hassell ... Girls group
Sarah Maddern ... Girls group (as Sara Maddern)
Stephanie Mildenhall ... Girls group (as Stephanie Muldenhall)
Jacqueline Pullen ... Girls group
Caroline Stratford ... Girls group
Gill Wain ... Girls group
Karen Williams ... Girls group
Leonard Brockwell ... Boys group
Billy Ferguson ... Boys group
Robin Hopwood ... Boys group
Nigel Kingsley ... Boys group
Peter Lewis ... Boys group
Stephen Mallett ... Boys group
Ken Robson ... Boys group (as Kenny Robson)
Tommy Skipp ... Boys group
Wayne Thistleton ... Boys group
Roy Wain ... Boys group
Ricky Wales ... Boys group
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Keith Barron ... Mr. Latimer - Daniel's father (uncredited)
Jimmy Charters ... Old Man in Pub (uncredited)
Dido Plumb ... Surprised Old Man (uncredited)

Produced by

Adrian Gaye... associate producer
Ronald S. Kass... executive producer
David Puttnam... producer
David Hemmings... producer (uncredited)

Music by

The Bee Gees... (as the Bee Gees)

Cinematography by

Peter Suschitzky... director of photography

Film Editing by

John Victor Smith

Casting By

Mary Selway

Art Direction by

Roy Stannard

Makeup Department

Betty Blattner... makeup supervisor
Susie Hill... hairdresser (as Sue Hill)

Production Management

Gavrik Losey... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Andrew Birkin... second unit supervising director
Mike Gowans... first assistant director
Max Reed... second assistant director
James Marsh... first assistant director: second unit (uncredited)

Art Department

Jack Carter... construction manager
Bruce Grimes... assistant art director

Sound Department

Gerry Humphreys... dubbing mixer
Tony Jackson... sound recordist
Garth Marshall... boom operator
Clive Smith... sound editor

Special Effects by

Terry Schubert... special effects (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

Howard Atherton... clapper/loader
Peter Evans... focus puller
Roy Larner... gaffer
Jack Roach... key grip
Ron Robson... camera operator
Tommy Lee... best boy (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Melody 1971 Full Movie Download Torrent

Diane Jones... wardrobe mistress

Editorial Department

Peter Boyle... assistant editor
Peter Pierce... assembly editor

Location Management

Graham Cottle... location manager

Music Department

Richard Hewson... composer: additional music / music arranger
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Other crew

Zelda Barron... continuity
Joyce Herlihy... production secretary
Edgar Bronfman Jr.... production assistant (uncredited)

Thanks

Melody 1971 Full Movie Download Free

Lynda Carr... the producers wish to thank: without whose help this film could not have been made
Shirley Craig... the producers wish to thank: without whose help this film could not have been made
Gunter Helft... the producers wish to thank: without whose help this film could not have been made (as the Rev. Gunter Helft B.A.)