Two Living, One Dead (1961)
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Two Living, One Dead examines the pitfalls of hero worship, and the culpability of the media in fostering misguided adulation. A robbery and murder is committed in a British pub, during which Bill Travers, a friend of the dead man, apparently acts with rare courage. His companion Patrick McGoohan, also apparently, did not lift a finger to help during the holdup. Travers is lauded publicly as a hero, while McGoohan is condemned as a coward. When the truth comes out, Travers is exposed not only for his feet of clay but for his intimate involvement in the fatal incident. Two Living, One Dead is an undeservedly obscure work from a major British director. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi … More
as Inspector Johnson
as Helen Berger
as Erik Berger
as Esther Kester
as Miss Larsen
as Miss Larousse
as John Kester
as Nils Lindwall
as Rolf Berger
as The Doctor
as Mrs. Holm
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