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Victim (Aug-1961)

Director: Basil Dearden

Writers: Janet Green; John McCormick

Music by: Philip Green

Producer: Michael Relph

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dirk Bogarde
Actor
28-Mar-1921 8-May-1999 A Bridge Too Far
Dennis Price
Actor
23-Jun-1915 6-Oct-1973 The World of Wooster
Nigel Stock
Actor
21-Sep-1919 22-Jun-1986 Dr. Watson in BBC's Sherlock Holmes
Sylvia Syms
Actor
6-Jan-1934   The Tamarind Seed

CAST

Dirk Bogarde   ...   Melville Farr
Sylvia Syms   ...   Laura
Also Starring
Dennis Price   ...   Calloway
with
Nigel Stock   ...   Phip
Peter McEnery   ...   Barrett
Donald Churchill   ...   Eddy
Anthony Nicholls   ...   Lord Fullbrook
Hilton Edwards   ...   P. H.
Norman Bird   ...   Harold Doe
and
Derren Nesbitt   ...   Sandy Youth
Alan MacNaughtan   ...   Scott Hankin
Noel Howlett   ...   Patterson
Charles Lloyd Pack   ...   Henry
John Barrie   ...   Det. Insp. Harris
John Cairney   ...   Bridie
David Evans   ...   Mickey
Peter Copley   ...   Paul Mandrake
Frank Pettit   ...   Barman
Mavis Villiers   ...   Madge
Margaret Diamond   ...   Miss Benham
Alan Howard   ...   Frank
Dawn Beret   ...   Sylvie

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 18-Oct-2005)

A very stimulating film which explores the theme of homosexuality and blackmailing, it is an entartaining movie with a serious theme. I strongly believe that this film helped to change the laws towards homosexuality and its legalisation. It is a brave piece of work and it cleverly challenges the goernment.


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