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Lionel Meadows is a London garage owner who makes extra cash dealing in stolen cars. Meadows buys log books from scrapped models, then has other cars corresponding to the log books stolen and the number plates replaced. He gives a list of the latest batch to young petty thief Tommy Towers, which includes a Ford Anglia.
The car Tommy steals belongs As You Like It - Siobhan Donaghy - Revolution In Me struggling cosmetics salesman John Cummings, who needs the car to keep his job. Also, he did not insure the car against theft and becomes desperate to recover it. Put onto Tommy by a street newspaper vendor, Alfie, who witnessed the crime, Cummings starts investigating the activities of Meadows and his associate Cliff.
Meadows, disturbed by his inquiries, brutalises Alfie, who then commits suicide. Despite being warned off by Meadows, who discovers Cummings investigating his garage and has him beaten up, Cummings persists in his attempts to recover the car, even after being warned off by the police.
Then Never Loved Her Anyway - The Scream - Let It Scream wife, who is usually supportive, threatens to leave him and take the children away when Meadows threatens their daughter with a broken bottle.
It emerges from their conversation afterwards that, since his demobilisation from the army, Cummings has failed at several enterprises because of poor judgment and not having persistence enough in his aims. Cummings eventually finds that the weak link in Meadows' operation is his mistress Jackie, a teenage runaway whom Meadows continually threatens and abuses. Taking Jackie under his wing, Cummings sets out to prove that he is correct and that Meadows is a major criminal, stealing dozens of cars.
He eventually convinces the police, but even then they lack interest in helping him recover his car. Cummings, who has vowed never to let go this time, decides to take matters into his own hands. Meadows, meanwhile, has panicked and quarrelled with his crooked associates, but is equally obsessed with keeping the stolen Ford and lies in wait for Cummings when he again breaks into the garage.
This time Cummings is the winner after a violent fight and, when the police are called by Tommy and Jackie, Meadows is arrested. The battered Cummings returns home to find the flat empty but his wife returns as he is sitting there despondently and puts her arms around him.
Critical reception to Never Let Go was mixed. A review of the film Buvons, Mes Amis (Friends, Lets Drink) - Various - The Columbia World Library Of Folk And Primitive The New York Times was unfavourable, describing Sellers "grinding his way through the rubble of a drearily routine plot" and attributed his performance in the film, different from his usual comedic roles, to "That itch to play Hamlet, I suppose; a desire to change his pace, which Mr.
Sellers has often proclaimed he likes to do". His lead role in Waltz of the Toreadors is certainly comedic, although the film itself is best described as a drama. Several other players in Never Let Go also made their reputations in comedy, for example Peter Jones who plays Richard Todd's ruthless boss. Some critics were more impressed with the film. One noted that " John Guillermin 's direction is taut and has a degree of flair"  whilst another praised the "persuasive" performances of Todd and Sellers.
Much of the action takes Never Let Go (Radio Edit) - Whelan & Di Scala - Never Let Go in Chichester Place, Paddington ; the Victory Cafe exterior shots were taken outside the corner shop at 2a Kinnaird Street. This and surrounding streets, which were also a location for scenes in The Blue Lampwere demolished in to make way for the Warwick Estate major housing redevelopment adjacent to Little Venice.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Peter Sellers film. For the Camel song and single, see Never Let Go song. For the album, see Never Let Go album. British quad poster. The Australian Women's Weekly. National Library of Australia. Retrieved 22 July Never Let Go (Radio Edit) - Whelan & Di Scala - Never Let Go York Times.
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