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Something in the City (1950)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Hearne ...
Mr. Ningle
Garry Marsh ...
Mr. Holley
Ellen Pollock ...
Mrs. Holley
Betty Sinclair ...
Mrs. Ningle
Tom Gill ...
Richard Holley
Diana Calderwood ...
Beryl Ningle
Bill Shine ...
Reporter
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Waitress
Molly Weir ...
Nellie
George Merritt ...
Inspector
Horace Kenney ...
Squeaker Man
Stanley Vilven ...
News Vendor
Gerald Rex ...
Map Seller
Vi Kaley ...
Old Vera
Ben Williams ...
Policeman
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9 April 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie over fifty years ago when I was about six or seven and it still stays in my mind. The story was excellent. As I remember it the story was told mostly through action. Richard Hearne, who was always instantly recognizable as television's Mr Pastry, did a great job. I do not know if the film was made for television but it appeared superior to anything that I had seen on television at the time. Possibly I saw it on television after it had a run at theaters. For awhile Richard Hearne was one of British television's biggest stars, comparable to today's Mr. Bean. Sadly he has almost completely disappeared from memory along with an early golden age of British television in the 1950s.


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