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The Frightened Man (1952)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  March 1952 (UK)
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Cast overview:
Dermot Walsh ...
Julius Rosselli
Barbara Murray ...
Amanda
Charles Victor ...
Mr. Rosselli
John Blythe ...
Maxie
Michael Ward ...
Cornelius Hart
Thora Hird ...
Vera
John Horsley ...
Harry Armstrong
Annette D. Simmonds ...
Marcella
Martin Benson ...
Alec Stone
Ballard Berkeley ...
Inspector Bligh
Peter Bayliss ...
Bilton
Thomas Gallagher ...
Matthews
Reginald Dyson ...
Dr. Luigi
Armand Guinle ...
Mr. Dent (as Amando Guinle)
Tony Spear ...
Airline Booking Clerk
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Just because this is a relatively low budget film does NOT mean it's bad in any way.
10 January 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Julius Rosselli (Dermot Walsh) is coming home for what his father thinks is just a visit. After all, the young man is going to Oxford. However, he soon admits that he's been thrown out of school. While you'd think his father would be furious, Mr. Rosselli (Charles Victor) adores his son and cannot imagine that he is a bad sort. But Julius is spoiled and rather hateful--and soon falls in with criminal elements. The bottom line is that he wants wealth and fun but doesn't want to work for it. It's a shame, as he's not only hurting his father but has just convinced a nice lady to marry him and she is bound to be disappointed in her husband. All the while, Mr. Rosselli loves his son and puts up with all sorts of verbal abuse from the guy. You really want to see Julius get what he deserves and what happens next, you'll just have to see for yourself. However, expect the unexpected in this lovely little crime film.

"The Frightened Man" turned out to be a dandy movie despite the very low budget and a cast consisting mostly of lesser-known actors. The script was great--with some wonderful characters and a great plot twist near the end. Walsh, in particular, did a great job in his portrayal of Julius--the guy you love to hate. However, Victor also did a darned nice job. Overall a very good film with everything going for it but a big budget. Well worth your time.


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