Caught in the Act Trailer

Caught in the Act Trailer (1997)

13 June 1997 90 mins

Lucinda goes on a trip away with her two friends Katherine and Amanda and convinces them to join her on form a variety act in order to impress her childhood crush Neville, a talent agent holding a gala night.

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Cast

Sara Crowe

as Lucinda

Annette Badland

as Katherine

Nadia Sawalha

as Amanda

Paul Shelley

as Neville Goodenough

Leslie Phillips

as Sydney Fisher

Guy Henry

as Algie

Crew

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 13 June 1997

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