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The Friday Film: Brighton Rock

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starring Richard Attenborough Hermione Baddeley William Hartnell with Carol Marsh
Set in the seaside town at the height of the holiday season, Brighton Rock is the story of Pinkie Brown , a vicious young gang leader who plans the murder of a journalist responsible for the death of another hoodlum.
The Boulting Brothers' film of Graham Greene 's novel is notable for a powerful performance by the young Richard Attenborough as the 17-year-old Pinkie.
Screenplay by GRAHAM GREENE from his own novel
Producer ROY BOULTING Director JOHN BOULTING
. Films: page 10

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Attenborough
Unknown: Hermione Baddeley
Unknown: William Hartnell
Unknown: Carol Marsh
Unknown: Pinkie Brown
Unknown: Graham Greene
Unknown: Richard Attenborough
Unknown: Graham Greene
Producer: Roy Boulting
Director: John Boulting
Pinkie Brown: Richard Attenborough
Ida Arnold: Hermione Baddeley
Dallow: William Hartnell
Prewitt: Hakcourt Williams
Spicer: Wylie Watson
Cubitt: Nigel Stock
Rose: Carol Marsh
Fred Hale (Kolley Kibber): Alan Wheatley
Phil Corkery: George Carney
Colleoni: Charles Goldner
Judy: Virginia Winter
Frank: Reginald Purdell

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The Friday Film: Brighton Rock

BBC One London, 16 January 1976 23.47






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