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Take Me High Directed by David Askey Produced by Kenneth Harper Written by Christopher Penfold Starring Cliff Richard Deborah Watling Hugh Griffith George Cole Music by Tony Cole Cinematography Norman Warwick Distributed by Anglo-EMI Film Distributors Ltd. Release date(s) 1973 (1973) 30 November 1974 Running time 90 min. Country UK Language English Take Me High is a 1973 British feature film, directed by David Askey, written by Christopher Penfold and starring Cliff Richard in his final film role, with Deborah Watling, Hugh Griffith, George Cole and Anthony Andrews. Set and filmed in Birmingham, it featured many landmarks from that city, including Gas Street Basin, Alpha Tower, the Council House (as a hotel) and Spaghetti Junction. It was released on Warner Home Video in 1988 as a VHS tape, but has never been given an retail release on DVD, however a free DVD of the film was issued with The Daily Mail on 25 September 2010.[1] A soundtrack album by Richard was issued and remains in print (now on CD) to this day. The title cut was a UK top 30 single. Cast Cliff Richard as Tim Matthews Deborah Watling as Sarah Hugh Griffith as Sir Harry Cunningham George Cole as Bert Jackson Anthony Andrews as Hugo Flaxman Richard Wattis as Sir Charles Furness Madeline Smith as Vicki Moyra Fraser as Molly Ronald Hines as Sam Jimmy Gardner as Hulbert References ^ "Pick up the last Cliff Richard DVD on Saturday September 25th!". Daily Mail. 24 September 2010. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/prmts/article-1312211/Pick-Cliff-Richard-DVD-Saturday-September-25.html. Retrieved 6 October 2010. [dead link] External links Take Me High at the Internet Movie Database Take Me High at Allrovi v · d · eCliff Richard Albums (UK) 1950s: Cliff (1959) · Cliff Sings (1959) · 1960s: Me and My Shadows (1960) · Listen to Cliff! (1961) · 21 Today (1961) · The Young Ones (1961, soundtrack) · 32 Minutes and 17 Seconds (1962) · Summer Holiday (1963, soundtrack) · When in Spain (1963) · Wonderful Life (1964, soundtrack) · Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp (1964, stage show album) · Cliff Richard (1965) · Love Is Forever (1965) · When in Rome (1965) · Kinda Latin · Finders Keepers (1966, soundtrack) · Cinderella (1967, soundtrack) · Don't Stop Me Now (1967) · Good News (1967, gospel) · Cliff in Japan (1968, live) · Two a Penny (1968, soundtrack) · Established 1958 (1968) · Sincerely Cliff (1969) · 1970s: Tracks and Grooves (1970) · All My Love (1970) · About the Man (1970, gospel) · His Land (1970, gospel) · Cliff: Live at the Talk of the Town (1970, live) · The 31st February Street (1974) · Take Me High (1974, soundtrack) · Help It Along (1974, gospel) · I'm Nearly Famous (1976) · Every Face Tells a Story (1977) · Green Light (1978) · Small Corners (1978, gospel) · Rock 'n' Roll Juvenile (1979) · Thank You Very Much (1979, live) · 1980s: I'm No Hero (1980) · Wired for Sound (1980) · Now You See Me... Now You Don't (1982, gospel) · Silver (1983) · Dressed for the Occasion (1983, live) · The Rock Collection (1984) · Walking in the Light (1984) · Always Guaranteed (1987) · Stronger (1989) · 1990s: From a Distance: The Event (1990, live) · Together with Cliff Richard (1991) · The Album (1993) · Songs from Heathcliff (1995, stage show album) · Heathcliff Live (1996, stage show album, live) · Yesterday, Today, Forever (1997, gospel, compilation) · Real as I Wanna Be (1998) · 2000s Wanted (2001) · Live at the ABC Kingston, 1962 (2002, live) · Cliff at Christmas (2003) · Something's Goin' On (2004) · Cliff Richard - The World Tour (2004, live) · Two's Company The Duets (2006) · Love... The Album (2007, Part new songs, part compilation) · Reunited – Cliff Richard and The Shadows (2009) · 2010s: Bold as Brass Original EPs (UK) Serious Charge  · Expresso Bongo Compilation albums (UK) Cliff's Hit Album (1963) · More Hits by Cliff (1965) · The Best of Cliff (1969) · The Best of Cliff, Vol. 2 (1972) · 40 Golden Greats (1977) · Love Songs (1981) · Private Collection: 1979-1988 (1988) · My Kinda Life (1992) · The Hit List (1994) · At the Movies 1959-1974 (1996) · The Whole Story: His Greatest Hits (2000) · Miss You Nights: The Ballads Collection (2004) · The Platinum Collection (2005) · And They Said It Wouldn't Last (My 50 Years in Music) (2008) · The 50th Anniversary Album (2008) · Films Serious Charge (1959)  · Expresso Bongo (1959)  · The Young Ones (Soundtrack album) (1961)  · Summer Holiday (Soundtrack album) (1963)  · Wonderful Life (Soundtrack album) (1964)  · Finders Keepers (1966)  · Two a Penny (1967)  · Take Me High (1973) Related articles Discography  · Concert tours  · The Shadows Book:Cliff Richard This article about an independent film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e