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AGUTTER, Jenny

agutterRecent studies have shown that the average man aged between thirty and forty spent 20{30e2395aaf6397fd02d2c79d91a1fe7cbb73158454674890018aee9c53a0cb96} of his formative years… let’s say ‘contemplating’ the career of Jenny Agutter. And with four touchstone yoof films under her belt – The Railway Children, Logan’s Run, Walkabout and An American Werewolf in London, natch – it’s easy to see why she’s placed in the personal top tens of a whole generation. Add in a slew of more obscure treats like Equus, The Survivor, I Start Counting and that weird dramatisation of some John Betjeman poems (she was miss Joan Hunter Dunn, of course) and you couldn’t ask for a richer canon.

FINEST HOUR: ‘Daddy, my daddy!’ It’ll never grow stale, will it?

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  1. Paul

    October 7, 2009 at 2:41 pm

    I still want to marry her!

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