Amongst the bomb-sites and dark alleys of postwar London Roy Walsh and his gang of juvenile delinquents waylay and rob old ladies. Without parental control from his war-widowed doting mother, Welsh, already on probation, drifts into more and more devious and serious offences. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
WILD... WAYWARD... HELL-BENT!
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Roy Bentley, at the time captain of Chelsea Football club and an England international, has a small, uncredited role as an instructor. See more
In the draughts game, Walshy's opponent makes two moves before Walshy makes one. The position of the pieces at the end of the scene reflect a different game to the one they appear to have played, especially as they do not seem to have moved any pieces during their conversation other than the first three moves. See more
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