A Boy, a Girl and a Bike (1949)

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The boy is Sam Walters (Patrick Holt). The girl is Susie Bates (future Avengers star Honor Blackman). The bike is one of several used by a British cycling club. Boy and girl have fun peddling about the countryside until the girl's pretty head is turned by David Howarth (John McCallum), a wealthy young man with a snazzy sportscar. When David joins the cyclers, Susie glows and Sam glowers. Set in Yorkshire, the film is pleasant to look at but difficult to understand (at least for those not accustomed to regional British accents). The presence of sex symbol Diana Dors in the cast enabled A Boy, a Girl and a Bike to secure good bookings in the U.S. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Classics , Comedy , Drama , Kids & Family , Romance
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Studio:
General Film Distributors (GFD)

Cast

John McCallum
as David Howarth
Honor Blackman
as Susie Bates
Patrick Holt
as Sam Walters
Maurice Denham
as Bill Martin
Leslie Dwyer
as Steve Hall
Anthony Newley
as Charlie Ritchie
Megs Jenkins
as Nan Ritchie
John Blythe
as Frankie Martin
Thora Hird
as Mrs. Bates
Amy Veness
as Grandma Bates
Cyril Chamberlain
as Bert Gardner
Vera Cook
as Helen Gardner
Diana Dors
as Ada Foster
Lynn Evans
as Policeman in Cafe
Alison Leggatt
as Mrs. Howarth
Julien Mitchell
as Mr. Howarth
Hal Osmond
as Mr. Bates
Joan Seton
as Beryl Howarth
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