Dancing with Crime (1947)

Not Rated   |    |  Crime, Drama, Mystery


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A London cab driver gets mixed up with a criminal gang and sets out to expose the group and its leader for what they are.


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  • Richard Attenborough and Sheila Sim in Dancing with Crime (1947)
  • Richard Attenborough and Sheila Sim in Dancing with Crime (1947)
  • Barry K. Barnes in Dancing with Crime (1947)
  • Richard Attenborough and Sheila Sim in Dancing with Crime (1947)
  • Barry Jones in Dancing with Crime (1947)
  • Judy Kelly and Sheila Sim in Dancing with Crime (1947)

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3 December 2017 | AAdaSC
5
| Dancehall days
Compo from "Last of the Summer Wine" obviously loved the East End and probably made friends with Chas 'n' Dave. That's why I saw them play at Holmfirth. It was where Summer Wine was filmed – the friendship link is complete. Compo is an East end gangster in this film. He's short in stature and makes an unconvincing tough guy. He would have been flattened in his fight scene at the beginning of the film. The same goes for his ex-army buddy, Richard Attenborough (Ted), Again, this short person would have been flattened in both his fight scenes. The fights are badly staged and very fake.

There's a criminal gang running a dancehall and carrying out robberies and Dickie short-arse meddles in their affairs so he can get to the truth behind his pal Compo's demise. Guess what – he succeeds. Standard good guy v bad guy stuff. The most interesting moments of the film for me occur in the dancehall where Diana Dors hangs out. Singer and dancehall girl Judy Kelly (Toni) is the best of the cast. What is it with people cutting in on other men dancing with a girl by tapping them on the shoulder and stealing their girl away? No way! This would be disastrous and cause non-stop scuffling. I hear this was an American custom introduced in films. I can't believe this actually happened! Any info on this ludicrous concept would be greatly appreciated.

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