Rag Doll (Young, Willing And Eager) (1958)





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In this British drama, a seventeen-year-old girl flees from her dreadful home and hitchhikes to London's Soho district. There, a carnival fortune teller befriends her and helps her get a job waiting tables. Her new boss makes sexual advances and the girl rejects him. She in turn makes a successful play for an aspiring singer. He impregnates her and they marry. They decide to move to Canada, but they need cash so the singer burglarizes their employer's home. Unfortunately, the employer awakens during the theft and shoots the singer. The wounded singer retaliates and kills his boss; he then steals a car, grabs his wife, and flees with the police in hot pursuit. They move in closer and the cornered killer tries to hold them at bay until he drops dead from blood loss. His wife sobs beside his crumpled form. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Art House & International , Drama
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Hermione Baddeley
as Princess Sophia
Linda Castle
as Girl in Cellar
Jess Conrad
as Joe Shane
Frank Forsyth
as Superintendent
Christina Gregg
as Carol Flynn
David Gregory
as 1st Youth
Kenneth Griffith
as Mort Wilson
Frank Hawkins
as Taxi Driver
Michael Wynne
as Bellamy
Eve Eden
as Daphne
Leon Garcia
as 2nd Youth
John C. Line
as Guitarist
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