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A Boy, a Girl and a Bike (1949)

A small bicycle club in London becomes the center of some illegal activity... and a love triangle.

Director:

Ralph Smart

Writers:

Ralph Keene (by), John Sommerfield (by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
John McCallum ... David Howarth
Honor Blackman ... Susie Bates
Patrick Holt ... Sam Walters
Diana Dors ... Ada Foster
Leslie Dwyer Leslie Dwyer ... Steve Hall
Megs Jenkins ... Nan Ritchie
Anthony Newley ... Charlie Ritchie
Maggie Hanley Maggie Hanley ... Ginger (as Margaret Avery)
Maurice Denham ... Bill Martin
John Blythe ... Frankie Martin
Hal Osmond Hal Osmond ... Mr. Bates
Thora Hird ... Mrs. Bates
Margot Bourke Margot Bourke ... Mary Bates
Amy Veness Amy Veness ... Grannie
Cyril Chamberlain Cyril Chamberlain ... Bert Gardner
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When a local cycle club invites a couple of new members to join them, little does the club realize that they will soon become the center of some illegal activity, a deserting soldier on the run from the police, and a love triangle that's bound to lead to trouble. Written by Anonymous 32

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Comedy | Romance | Drama

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Director Ralph Smart and producer Ralph Keene went straight onto the film on their return from Australia where they had made the film 'The Overlanders' See more »

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Come to West Yorkshire for your holidays
31 August 2007 | by k-ward1See all my reviews

This movie has evaded me for a long time, originally seeing it in Skipton, which is featured in the movie. I couldn't remember the title but it turned up in the DVD 'Diana Dors collection'. It has matured like old wine and the little romances within the main theme make me wish I was back there again. It's a pity it is in black and white : the scenes are good in this medium but they would have been stunning in colour. It is a real advert for 'Come to West Yorkshire for your holidays' particularly since much of it has since been cleaned up revealing its natural beauty.

PS. We don't really talk like that in West Yorkshire - honest!


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 May 1949 (UK) See more »

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Production Co:

Gainsborough Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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