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The Hideout (1956)

 -  Thriller  -  December 1956 (UK)
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British film noir from the mid-50's

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Dermot Walsh ...
Steve Curry
Rona Anderson ...
Helen Grant
Ronald Howard ...
Robert Grant
Sam Kydd ...
Tim Bowers
Edwin Richfield ...
Teacher
Richard Shaw ...
Joe
Jessica Cairns ...
Julie
Trevor Reid ...
Fraser
Tom Clegg ...
Vince (as Tommy Clegg)
Frank Hawkins ...
Inspector Ryan
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British film noir from the mid-50's

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First screened in British cinemas as a second feature, it was later in 1961 screened on American Television as episode #6 of Kraft Mystery Theater (1959). See more »

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Late British film noir
15 March 2000 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews

This movie is determined to persuade you that London in 1956 could be just as hip as New York. The guns, gangsters and fast cars do their best but it's hard to disguise a bunch of Englishmen in tweed jackets driving Ford Prefects. The fast paced plot about smugglers who accidentally create the risk of an anthrax epidemic is really too complex for the very short running time. The real highlight is the superb black and white cinematography around London's docklands, which tips the balance to make this one worth watching.


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