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Bobby Ware Is Missing (1955)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  23 October 1955 (USA)
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Police Lt. Andy Flynn
Arthur Franz ...
George Ware
Jean Willes ...
Janet Ware
Walter Reed ...
Max Goodwin
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Alfred Gledhill
Kim Charney ...
Bobby Ware
Thorpe Whiteman ...
Mickey Goodwin
Peter Leeds ...
Mackey of F.B.I.
Richard Crane ...
Police Car Deputy in Car #12 (as Dick Crane)
Lesley Harrison ...
Policewoman in Car #11
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Good "little" film from Allied Artists
10 August 2006 | by (Parkersburg, West Virginia) – See all my reviews

This is a very good film with some very good B-actors, such as Neville Brand, Arthur Franz, Paul Picerni and Jean Willes. The plot deals with the disappearance of two young boys, Bobby and Mickey and how Bobby's family and Mickey's dad deal with the two missing boys. The boys are actually missing, as they went exploring on a mountainside and lost their footing and slid all the way down the inside of a mountain that, unbeknownst to anyone, is going to be blasted with dynamite in a couple of days. Regardless of its low budget, the film was very thrilling to watch from beginning to end. I found this film on VHS, and only wish that it was on DVD instead.


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