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Poor Cow (1967) Poster

(1967)

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According to Terence Stamp, the film was mostly improvised and first takes were always used. Two cameras filmed simultaneously to capture the spontaneity of the performances.
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The film debut of Malcolm McDowell, although the only scene he appears in was cut out.
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First feature film directed by Ken Loach.
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In Steven Soderbergh's thriller The Limey (1999), flashbacks involving the main character played by Terence Stamp are actually (parts of) scenes from 'Poor Cow'.
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Director Ken Loach briefed his actors separately, often with conflicting information. For example, in the improvised scene where Joy throws stew over Dave, Terence Stamp was not expecting it, so Carol White's reaction was genuine.
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First film of John Bindon.
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Opening credits: All characters and events in this film are fictitious. Any similarity to actual events or persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental,
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