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Stamp is a fictional character from the movie "Geliebter Spinner". Stamp is played by George Innes. Stamp is Comedy, Drama, Romance character of the movie Geliebter Spinner. Stamp has appeared in 1 episodes of the series " Geliebter Spinner".
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July 29, 2022

Stamp In "Geliebter Spinner"

Stamp is a fictional individual from the films, Geliebter Spinner. Stamp is played via George Innes.

George Innes Net Worth as Stamp

George Innes expected Net Worth, Salary, Income. How rich is George Innes after performed as Stamp.

George Innes's revenue of participating within Geliebter Spinner is $73.4K .

It is an approximate forecast of the way wealthy is George Innes.

Geliebter Spinner STORY

Billy (Tom Courtenay), a young British clerk in a gloomy North Country undertaker's office, is bombarded daily by the propaganda of the media that all things are for the asking. This transparently-false doctrine, coupled with the humdrum job and his wild imagination, leads him on frequent flights to "Ambrosia", a mythical kingdom where he is crowned King, General, lover, or any idealized hero the real situation of the moment makes him desire. His vacillating commitment and post-adolescent immaturity have created situations which make Ambrosia all the more attractive. He's succeeded in becoming engaged to two different girls simultaneously, while in love with a third, Liz (Julie Christie). He's in hot water with his employer, having spent a rather large sum of postage money on his personal frivolities. Last but not least, his dream of becoming a highly-paid, famous scriptwriter in London seems doomed. The only person in his life capable of bringing him down to Earth is Liz, and she's having a difficult time. Finally, he gets his life sufficiently in order to leave for London with his true love, but still hasn't gotten to grips with the real world. He leaves the train to buy milk from a vending machine and watches the train slowly pull out for London with Liz aboard. He returns to the more comfortable shelter of his parents' home, Ambrosia, and his imagination.