, 1h30 Réalisé parGordon Parry OrigineRoyaume-uni GenresDrame, Policier ActeursDiana Dors, George Baker, Terence Morgan, Patrick Allen, Jane Griffiths, Joseph Tomelty Note66% The action takes place in the Yorkshire steel town of Rawborough – Rotherham was used for the extensive location filming – to which native son Johnny Mansell (George Baker) has fled after racking up large gambling debts in London. Johnny moves into a cramped flat with his brother Dave (Terence Morgan), a clerk in a local steel mill, and Dave's girlfriend Calico (Diana Dors), a hostess in a local nightclub. There is an instant attraction between Calico and Johnny, and it becomes apparent that the relationship between Dave and Calico is rather one-sided. It transpires that in an attempt to keep hold of her, he has embezzled £300 from his employers which he has used to buy her clothes and various gifts. He now has one week to repay the money before the firm's auditors make their visit.
Réalisé parGordon Parry OrigineRoyaume-uni GenresDrame ThèmesFilm sur un écrivain, Journalisme ActeursJack Hawkins, Elizabeth Allan, Eva Bartok, Derek Farr, Michael Goodliffe, Martin Miller Note68% Grant is a hard working Fleet Street newspaper editor who refuses to take a long planned holiday with his wife Susan. Instead, to her annoyance, he stays in his office to deal with a number of urgent stories. These include four children evicted from their home when their mother dies, a woman charged with euthanasia, and a drunken ex-reporter tracking down an atomic scientist. They all culminate in the story of a plane crash, in which Grant is shocked to find his wife listed as one of the passengers. He discovers Susan was leaving him and going away with one of his colleagues.
, 1h29 Réalisé parGordon Parry OrigineRoyaume-uni GenresDrame, Policier ActeursRene Ray, Lois Maxwell, Freda Jackson, Joan Dowling, Mary Germaine, Ingeborg von Kusserow Note63% "The scene throughout is a semi-basement living room in a house near London, a grim and sordid place inhabited for sleeping and eating by a motley group of unmarried young women with babies - already born or about to be hustled into an unfriendly world. The 'proprietress' - a sadistic, unscrupulous woman called Helen Allistair - though a qualified nurse, exploits these unfortunate outcasts from society until one of them - the despairing girl Vivianne, whose gangster lover is hanged and who has nothing to lose - discovers this ghoulish creature's baby-farming activities. Vivianne, whose baby is shortly to be born, faces Mrs Allistair with her accusation, is brutally assaulted and almost loses her life. In the end justice is done, and Mrs Allistair gets her deserts.