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The Good Die Young (1954)

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The Good Die Young is a psychological crime yarn, exploring the motivations of four participants in an armed robbery. American ex-GI Joe (Richard Basehart) hopes to use his share of the haul to bring his British wife to the US. Professional boxer Mike (Stanley Baker) finds himself unable to work in his chosen profession when his hand is broken, while his life savings are stolen by his disreputable brother-in-law. American airman Eddie (John Ireland) has deserted upon discovering that his wife (Gloria Grahame) is unfaithful. And shabby aristocrat Rave (Laurence Harvey) needs to pay off his wife's gambling debts. In other words, all four amateur criminals would have been better off staying single, which may or may not be the subliminal message of The Good Die Young.

Cast

Laurence Harvey
as Miles "Rave" Ravenscourt
René Ray
as Angela
Renee Ray
as Angela
Margaret Leighton
as Eve Ravenscourt
Robert Morley
as Sir Francis Ravenscourt
Freda Jackson
as Mrs. Freeman
Lee Patterson
as Tod Maslin
Leslie Dwyer
as Stookey
Walter Hudd
as Dr. Reed
Alf Hinds
as Milton
MacDonald Parke
as Carruthers
Patsy Hagate
as Himself - Boxing Master of Ceremonies
Marianne Stone
as Molly, the Barmaid
Zena Barry
as Air Hostess
Hugh Moxey
as Doctor at Baths
Harold Siddons
as Hospital Doctor
John McRae
as Policeman
Stella Hamilton
as Young Woman
Philip Ray
as Promoter
Joan Heal
as Woman
Joe Bloom
as Referee
Patricia Owens
as Air Hostess
Edward Judd
as Simpson, Young Boxer
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The Anglo-American cast work well together.

September 17, 2010 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

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