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Peril for the Guy (1956)



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Credited cast:
Christopher Warbey Christopher Warbey ... Freddie
Frazer Hines ... Kim
Ali Allen Ali Allen ... Ali (as Ali Alleney)
Katherine Kath Katherine Kath ... Anita Fox
Meredith Edwards ... Police Constable Durrant
Mandy Harper Mandy Harper ... Pat (as Amanda Coxell)
Peter Copley ... Ritter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Daneman Paul Daneman ... Professor Picton


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July 1956 (UK) See more »

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Gefahr für den Guy See more »

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1.37 : 1
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Light and gently silly crime caper
25 May 2018 | by darriukSee all my reviews

Another charming adventure from the Children's Film Foundation. This time a gang of kids is out to foil the plans of a sinister oil 'baron' and his goons, who they discover have kidnapped Prof. Picton PhD, the slick-haired inventor of an ingenious and much prized oil-detector device. The baron himself is of the old school, with his cut glass accent and manor house bedecked with suits of armour and oak panelled walls hiding secret doors - just the place for good old fashioned skullduggery!

Like other films from the Foundation this a ripping yarn told well, with great performances from the child leads. It's not a tale with much emotional power-unlike for example 'Johnny on the Run', another CFF film made 3 years prior-but it skips along at a jaunty pace with the kids getting into all sorts of amusing scrapes and taking every opportunity to tussle with the baddies. All in all a slight and enjoyable tale of kids (hooray!) defeating the baddies (boo!), with only a little help from the mostly dithering adults. Special mention too for Geoffrey Wright's playful score which adds much to the gentle silliness of this warm hearted film.

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