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The Good Die Young (2-Mar-1954)

Director: Lewis Gilbert

Writers: Vernon Harris; Lewis Gilbert

From novel: The Good Die Young by Richard Macaulay

Music by: Georges Auric

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Stanley Baker
Actor
8-Feb-1927 28-Jun-1976 Knights of the Round Table
Richard Basehart
Actor
31-Aug-1914 17-Sep-1984 La Strada
Joan Collins
Actor
23-May-1933   Alexis on Dynasty
Leslie Dwyer
Actor
28-Aug-1906 29-Dec-1986 Mr Partridge in Hi-de-Hi!
Gloria Grahame
Actor
28-Nov-1923 5-Oct-1981 The Bad and the Beautiful
Laurence Harvey
Actor
1-Oct-1928 25-Nov-1973 Manchurian Candidate
John Ireland
Actor
30-Jan-1914 21-Mar-1992 All the King's Men
Margaret Leighton
Actor
26-Feb-1922 13-Jan-1976 The Go-Between
Robert Morley
Actor
26-May-1908 3-Jun-1992 Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?
Lee Patterson
Actor
31-Mar-1929 14-Feb-2007 One Life to Live

CAST

Laurence Harvey   ...   Rave
Gloria Grahame   ...   Denise
Richard Basehart   ...   Joe
Joan Collins   ...   Mary
John Ireland   ...   Eddie
Rene Ray   ...   Angela
Stanley Baker   ...   Mike
and
Margaret Leighton   ...   Eve
Robert Morley   ...   Sir Francis Ravenscourt
with
Freda Jackson   ...   Mrs. Freeman
James Kenney   ...   Dave
Susan Shaw   ...   Doris
Lee Patterson   ...   Maslin
Sandra Dorne   ...   Girl
Leslie Dwyer   ...   Stookey
Patricia McCarron   ...   Carole
George Rose   ...   Bunny
Joan Heal   ...   Woman
Walter Hudd   ...   Dr. Reed

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