Hardcore (1977 film)
|Directed by||James Kenelm Clarke|
|Written by||James Kenelm Clarke|
|Produced by||Brian Smedley-Aston|
|Music by||James Kenelm Clarke|
Hardcore is a 1977 British comedy film directed by James Kenelm Clarke and starring Fiona Richmond, Anthony Steel, Victor Spinetti, Ronald Fraser and Graham Crowden. It depicts a highly fictionalised account of the life of Richmond, who was a leading pin-up in the 1970s. It was the first of two movies Anthony Steel made with Richmond.
In the US the film was known as Fiona.
- Fiona Richmond as Fiona
- Anthony Steel as Robert Charlton
- Victor Spinetti as Duncan
- Ronald Fraser as Marty Kenelm-Smedley
- John Clive as Willi
- Roland Curram as Edward
- Graham Crowden as Lord Yardarm
- Graham Stark as Inspector Flaubert
- Percy Herbert as Hubert
- Jeremy Child as Tenniel
- John Hamill as Daniel
- Harry H. Corbett as Art
- Donald Sumpter as Mark
- Arthur Howard as Vicar
- Joan Benham as Norma Blackhurst
- Linda Regan as Secretary
- Michael Feast as Photographer
- Neil Cunningham as Schoolmaster (Mr Foster)
- "Hardcore". IMDb.
- Vagg, Stephen (23 September 2020). "The Emasculation of Anthony Steel: A Cold Streak Saga". Filmink.