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Find the Lady (1956)

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Beverley Brooks ...
June Weston
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Kay Callard ...
Rita
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Max
Moray Watson ...
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Tony Del Roma
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Chance to "Gawp" at Beverley Brooks again
3 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

I fancied Beverley Brooks, who played "Sally", when I saw her dancing with Kenneth More who played Douglas Bader (in "Reach for the Sky"(1956) at an R.A.F. dance, the same year as this film.In the latter film she played Bader's girl friend up to the point he was recovering from his horrific leg injuries.By way of contrast "Find the Lady" is a bit of light-hearted "B" froth with Messrs Maurice Kaufman, Edwin Richfield, and Mervyn Johns playing comic baddies who are attempting to rob a bank while the latter character poses as an archaeologist.

I am grateful Youtube uploaded this short British "B" movie which I just saw for the first time as it gave me an opportunity to see Beverley Brooks playing a model in her swimsuit.There is a comic introduction scene, with her and Donald Houston who plays a doctor, which is set at a ford in which both their cars have to traverse in opposite directions.Beverley's film career was too short the only other film I have seen of her was playing an air hostess.


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