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Noose (film)

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Language  English
Director  Edmond T. Greville
Country  United Kingdom
Noose (film) movie poster
Release date  1948 (1948)

Noose, released in the United States as The Silk Noose, is a 1948 British crime film, directed by Edmond T. Gréville and starring Carole Landis, Joseph Calleia, and Derek Farr.

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Plot

Set in post-Second World War Britain, Noose is the story of black market racketeers who face attempts to bring them to justice by an American fashion journalist, her ex-army fiancé and a gang of honest toughs from a local gym. The normally proficient and urbane Nigel Patrick is cast as a cockney spiv.

Main cast

  • Carole Landis as Linda Medbury
  • Joseph Calleia as Sugiani
  • Derek Farr as Captain Jumbo Holle
  • Stanley Holloway as Inspector Rendall
  • Nigel Patrick as Bar Gorman
  • John Slater as Pudd'n Bason
  • Edward Rigby as Slush
  • Reginald Tate as the editor
  • Hay Petrie as the barber
  • Background

    Noose was written by Richard Llewellyn, adapted from his own stage play of the same title. The film has been included as part of the cycle of spiv films produced between 1945–50 in Britain.

    Reception

    Trade papers called the film a "notable box office attraction" in British cinemas in 1948.

    References

    Noose (film) Wikipedia


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