Approved | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
In London, three otherwise law-abiding good men and their unscrupulous leader are about to commit a serious crime but for different reasons.
Several of the main cast lived out the dying young part of the title by passing away before either age 50 or 60. Laurence Harvey and Margaret Leighton were married a few years later in 1957. She was made a CBE, won two Tony Awards, and died in 1976 at age 53. Harvey died in 1973 ... ...
What did I do it for? Money. The money we were saving together, the money I was going to buy that shop with. And look what I got for my trouble - stone deaf in one ear, half blind and only one hand. What sort of a man does that make me?
When the character who has lost a hand, as played by Stanley Baker gets offered a light for his cigarette, you can clearly see the outline of the fingers of his 'missing' hand through his suit sleeve.
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