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The Boy with Green Hair (16-Nov-1948)

Director: Joseph Losey

Writers: Ben Barzman; Alfred Lewis Levitt; Betsy Beaton

Music by: Leigh Harline

Producer: Stephen Ames

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Arnt
Actor
20-Aug-1906 6-Aug-1990 Remember the Night
Walter Catlett
Actor
4-Feb-1889 14-Nov-1960 Bringing Up Baby
Barbara Hale
Actor
18-Apr-1921   Della Street on Perry Mason
Dwayne Hickman
Actor
18-May-1934   Dobie Gillis
Samuel S. Hinds
Actor
4-Apr-1875 13-Oct-1948 It's a Wonderful Life
Pat O'Brien
Actor
11-Nov-1899 15-Oct-1983 Angels with Dirty Faces
Robert Ryan
Actor
11-Nov-1909 11-Jul-1973 Billy Budd
Dean Stockwell
Actor
5-Mar-1936   Blue Velvet
Regis Toomey
Actor
13-Aug-1898 12-Oct-1991 Burke's Law

CAST

Starring
Pat O'Brien   ...   Gramp
Robert Ryan   ...   Dr. Evans
Barbara Hale   ...   Miss Brand
and
Dean Stockwell   ...   Peter
with
Richard Lyon   ...   Michael
Walter Catlett   ...   The King
Samuel S. Hinds   ...   Dr. Knudson
Regis Toomey   ...   Mr. Davis
Charles Meredith   ...   Mr. Piper
David Clarke   ...   Barber
Billy Sheffield   ...   Red
John Calkins   ...   Danny
Teddy Infuhr   ...   Timmy
Dwayne Hickman   ...   Joey
Eilene Janssen   ...   Peggy
Curtis Jackson   ...   Classmate
Charles Arnt   ...   Mr. Hammond

REVIEWS

Review by R-QL (posted on 1-Oct-2005)

I think itīs a very interesting movie. Itīs about peace, about minorities. You know, he has green hair, but he could be black, gay or blind. I saw it when I was nine or ten and I never forgot. And Dean Stockwell was just great. In despite of his youth, he was so talented... this movie is a very nice surprise, a little unknown jewel.


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