Get Carter

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Letter: Mike Hodges obituary
Tom Stubbs writes: Mike Hodges’ filming of Michael Caine’s character in Get Carter went further than showing him as just a villain

Tom Stubbs

26, Dec, 2022 @3:06 PM

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Mike Hodges obituary
Celebrated director who created a film classic with his debut feature, the powerful crime movie Get Carter

Brian Baxter

22, Dec, 2022 @3:39 PM

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Mike Hodges: a masterpiece creator as comfortable with gritty crime as with zany sci-fi
With films as varied as Get Carter, Flash Gordon and Croupier to his name, Hodges was a great social commentator as well as a wonderful storyteller

Peter Bradshaw

21, Dec, 2022 @12:34 PM

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The nasty world of Get Carter was inspired by the appalling poverty I saw in Britain | Letter
Letter: Mike Hodges, the writer and director of the 1971 film, describes how he was radicalised while on national service in the navy


27, May, 2022 @5:33 PM

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Get Carter review – Michael Caine delivers in stone-cold crime classic
Mike Hodges’ Brit-crime magnum opus from 1971, which gave Caine the role of a lifetime as gangland enforcer Jack Carter, can be savoured again on re-release

Peter Bradshaw

25, May, 2022 @7:30 AM

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Owen Luder obituary
Architect and consultant behind the design for the Gateshead centre and multistorey car park featured in the 1971 film Get Carter

Elain Harwood

19, Oct, 2021 @6:25 PM

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'I was angry' – Mike Hodges on his lost film Black Rainbow, rescued after 31 years
As his supernatural thriller about murder and corruption in the Bible belt hits screens after three decades in limbo, the director talks about smash hits and on-set anarchy

Steve Rose

15, Jul, 2020 @3:40 PM

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The best recent crime and thrillers
The Guest List by Lucy Foley; The Better Liar by Tanen Jones; The Temple House Vanishing by Rachel Donohue; The Memory Wood by Sam Lloyd; and GBH by Ted Lewis

Laura Wilson

14, Feb, 2020 @11:58 AM

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Retired teacher’s rare film posters stand to make a fortune at auction
Derek East amassed an astonishing range of movie memorabilia

Vanessa Thorpe

29, Jul, 2018 @8:59 AM

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What, no Whistlestop? Why The Girl on the Train should have stayed in bleak backyard Britain
Stopped trains, tepid white wine, sighing commuters … Paula Hawkins’s bestseller captured a very British world. As the film moves to New York, we look at the dos and don’ts of relocation

Stuart Jeffries

10, Oct, 2016 @5:32 PM

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Wolfgang Suschitzky, the 'lucky man' who created Get Carter's classic style
The Austrian-born photographer was responsible for the distinctive look of the 1971 Michael Caine movie as well as idiosyncratic studies of people and animals

Andrew Pulver

07, Oct, 2016 @5:42 PM

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Wolfgang Suschitzky, photographer and Get Carter cameraman, dies aged 104
The celebrated photographer helped establish Britain’s first film cooperative and was a noted documentarist of London life

Michael Hann

07, Oct, 2016 @2:50 PM

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