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It's Hard to Be Good (1948)

 |  Comedy  |  23 December 1950 (USA)
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Complete credited cast:
Anne Crawford ...
Mary Leighton
Jimmy Hanley ...
Captain James Gladstone Wedge VC
Raymond Huntley ...
Williams
Edward Rigby ...
Parkinson
Elwyn Brook-Jones ...
Budibent
Joyce Carey ...
Alice Beckett
Geoffrey Keen ...
Sergeant Todd
Lana Morris ...
Daphne
David Horne ...
Edward Beckett
Muriel Aked ...
Ellen Beckett
Cyril Smith ...
Fred Hobson
Leslie Weston ...
Buck
Alison Leggatt ...
Mrs. Buck
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Ironic Title
20 April 2013 | by (london) – See all my reviews

Given that this is such a dull film it could be said that the title is rather ironic.The only aspect which is of interest is the fact that the character played by Jeremy Hanley is a VC.Befoe people are aware of his heroism in the war they are generally indifferent to him and his plans.When they become aware that he is a VC they suddenly take notice and he gets all sorts of propositions made to him.It is further irony that he learns that the ammunition truck that he was driving to safety when he won his medal,in fact was only carrying cameras.Whilst this film may have been topical at the time it was made,that has now faded away and left us with a rather lifeless film.


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