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Dublin Nightmare (1958)

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Loot goes missing in robbery double-cross. Gang members, an ex-lover and a handsome stranger are left to sort it out.



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Cast overview:
John Kevin
Marla Landi ...
Anna Monti
Richard Leech ...
Steve Lawlor
Harry Hutchinson ...
William Sherwood ...
Edward Dillon
Jack Cunningham ...
Gerald Lawson ...
Mary O'Callaghan
Pat O'Sullivan ...
Danny O'Callaghan
John McCarthy ...
Charles Maunsell ...
Mr. Edgar
Helen Hurst ...
Mrs. Edgar
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Loot goes missing in robbery double-cross. Gang members, an ex-lover and a handsome stranger are left to sort it out.

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Worth having look at!
27 May 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Bought this on a 3-film DVD with two other films of the same genre (Deadly Nightshade and Delayed Action).

A well produced film considering it's a low budget black and white movie which probably only served as a second feature to the main movie.

A good storyline when the 'Movement' (as the IRA is referred to throughout the film) attempts to set up a security van raid in order to boost their funds.

All does not go to plan and William Sylvester's character arrives right in the thick of it. Plenty of location and outside filming. The action is fairly convincing and there is a half decent car chase. There is also an interesting twist at the end.

As with many of these films, the producers felt the need to include a continental actress in the cast. Possibly to help sales on the continent. Maria Landi looks good, but as far as acting goes - not brilliant!

Can be had quite cheaply on DVD and worth buying - not seen it on any of the TV channels, so perhaps DVD is the way to go.

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