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The Deep Blue Sea (1955)

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Adapted from the play by Terence Rattigan, The Deep Blue Sea stars Vivien Leigh as the troubled wife of a London attorney (Emlyn Williams). Racked with emotional problems, Leigh turns her back on her loveless marriage and sets up house with a handsome RAF officer (Kenneth More). When her lover proves to be shallow and unreliable, Leigh attempts to kill herself. She is rescued by a gambler (Eric Portman), who'd once been a doctor before being drummed out of his profession in disgrace. The kindly ex-doctor builds up Leigh's confidence in herself, allowing her to go on with her life without relying upon men to define her self-image. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast

Vivien Leigh
as Hester Collyer
Kenneth More
as Freddie Page
Emlyn Williams
as Sir William Collyer
Moira Lister
as Dawn Mitchell
Arthur Hill
as Jackie Jackson
Dandy Nichols
as Mrs. Elton
Jimmy Hanley
as Dicer Durston
Heather Thatcher
as Lady Dawson
Bill Shine
as Golfer
Sidney James
as Man in Street
Alec McCowen
as Ken Thompson
Gibb McLaughlin
as Collyer's Clerk
Jacqueline McKenzie
as Janice Higgins
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There's perhaps just a tad too much British reserve running through this heavy drama but its compensated for by the strong work by Vivien Leigh in the lead.

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