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Black Memory (1947)

| Crime, Drama | July 1947 (UK)
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Credited cast:
Michael Atkinson ...
Danny Cruff
Moyra O'Connell ...
Joan Davidson (as Myra O'Connell)
Michael Medwin ...
Johnnie Fletcher
Frank Hawkins ...
Alf Davidson
Winifred Melville ...
Mrs. Davidson
Sidney James ...
Eddie Clinton (as Sydney James)
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Sally Davidson
Arthur Brander ...
Rutford
Michael Conry ...
Carl Broach
Valerie Hulton ...
Miss Philpotts
Betty Miller ...
Mrs. Cruff
Maurice Nicholas ...
Johnnie, as a boy
Gerald Pring ...
Hawkins, the headmaster
Malcolm Sommers ...
Danny, as a boy
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Or not memory at all for the viewer...

I saw it only a few minutes ago and almost forgot it...I ain't joking. A film from UK, written by John Gilling, I remember this, OK, but that's all. What the hell is going with me?

A British movie from the late forties as I usually avoid at all costs. But I tried with this one, just too see. I remember this too, I am so glad. That means that I will not become like Rita Hayworth in a close future...Alzheimer disease. See what I mean?..

But I don't remember the story of this movie. Oh yes, it was talkative, boring, boring...And so naive...

Sorry folks, that's all I can remember. But maybe it is a fantastic movie...Who knows...

Well, enough joke. A forgettable feature, so common, nothing special. Only for rare stuff seekers only. Fanatic ones like me.


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