Sinful Davey (1969)

M/PG   |    |  Adventure, Comedy, Crime


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The humorous adventures of the notorious Scottish highwayman and thief Davey Haggart during the 1820s in Britain.


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  • John Hurt in Sinful Davey (1969)
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  • John Hurt in Sinful Davey (1969)
  • John Hurt in Sinful Davey (1969)
  • Robert Morley in Sinful Davey (1969)

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6 January 2017 | bkoganbing
5
| What a rascal
John Huston's love of Ireland and Irish country life was rather well known while he was with us. Any chance he had he took to be at his country estate there. What better than to shoot a film there even if the subject is 18th century Scotland and a notorious outlaws known as Sinful Davey.

John Hurt is in the title role and he's a young rascal who deserts the army in a most spectacular fashion and takes up the outlaw trade. His dad was an outlaw who had some legendary exploits of his own and young Hurt wants to live up to his father's legend and even better it.

Nothing serious about Sinful Davey, he's just a good nature rascal who just follows his own beat. That the authorities take a dim view of stealing just shows what narrow minded folks they are. The only thing could stop Hurt is Pamela Franklin from his old village who is a good girl in a debauched age and she's determined he have a moral makeover.

This will never be classified as one of John Huston's better films, but it's entertaining enough. Besides the leads standing out in this cast is Robert Morley as the Duke of Argyll who rather admires Hurt and his unconventional ways and Ronald Fraser as Hurt's somewhat reluctant accomplice in his crimes.

Have fun watching this one and don't take it one bit serious.

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