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Young, Willing and Eager (1961)

Rag Doll (original title)
| Crime, Drama | 1962 (USA)
Carol flees to London from her alcoholic stepfather, but runs into a rough crowd in her new home.

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Credited cast:
... Shane
... Princess
Kenneth Griffith ... Wilson
Christina Gregg ... Carol
... Flynn
Patrick Jordan ... Wills
Michael Wynne ... Bellamy
... Superintendent
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Linda Castle ... Girl in Cellar
Marie Devereux ... Ann
Eve Eden ... Daphne
León García ... 2nd Youth
David Gregory ... 1st Youth
Frank Hawkins ... Taxi Driver
Jenny Jones
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Carol flees to London from her alcoholic stepfather, but runs into a rough crowd in her new home.

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Crime | Drama

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(RCA Sound System)
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References The Alamo (1960) See more »

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Why Am I Living?
Music by Martin Slavin
Lyrics by Abbe Gail
Sung by Jess Conrad, backed by The Mike Sammes Singers and (uncredited) The Dave Clark Five
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Atrocious acting mars bleak drama
21 August 2012 | by See all my reviews

Jess Conrad was one of a host of 60s pop idols who appeared in films.Cliff Richards and Adam Faith are other names that come to mind.However Conrads acting was so bad that as is evidenced here he couldn't act his way out of a paper bag.This film was destined for the bottom half of double bills and it looks it.Filmed on location in the West End which i knew well.Conrad comes out of the Astoria Charring Cross Road,where The Alamo is showing.I saw that film in that cinema in 1961 so i found it very nostalgic.Kenneth Griffiths is good support as a seedy nightclub owner and Hermoine Badderly suitably endearing as the ex tart who looks after the young girl.One can only wonder if girls of 17 were as naive as this one even in 1960.It is available to view on DVD.


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