Walter Trailer

Walter Trailer (1982)

02 November 1982 Drama 70 mins

A man with learning difficulties suffers neglect and ill-treatment, and this is only exasperated when his parents die and nobody seems to know what to do with him. A sequel to this film, titled "Walter and June", was released in 1983 and set 19 years later in time. In the United States, these two are sometimes bundled together under the title "Loving Walter".

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Cast

Ian McKellen

as Walter

Barbara Jefford

as Sarah - Walter's mother

Arthur Whybrow

as Walter's father

Tony Melody

as Mr. Hingley

David Ryall

as Mr. Richards

Linda Polan

as Miss Rushden

Keith Allen

as Mike - Stockroom

Lesley Clare O'Neill

as Jean - Stockroom

Paula Tilbrook

as Mrs. Ashby

Marjorie Yates

as Social Worker

Jim Broadbent

as Joseph - Orderly

Kenny Ireland

as Angus - Orderly

Don McKillop

as Mr. Lipman (as Donald McKillop)

Nabil Shaban

as Ben Gunn

Bob Flag

as Harold

Crew

International Titles

Loving Walter (part 1) Trailer

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 02 November 1982

United States 01 July 1986

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