Rent Dancing with Crime (1947)

3.3 of 5 from 55 ratings
1h 19min
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Synopsis:
When childhood friends and army comrades Dave Robinson (Bill Rowbotham) and Ted Peters (Richard Attenborough) return home from WWII, they make very different choices for their new civvy lives. Ted gets an honest job as a taxi driver, and saves for his wedding to childhood sweetheart Joy (Sheila Sim). Dave, however, wants easy cash and soon becomes involved with a gang. When Dave runs into money troubles with the mob boss, a henchman is sent to finish him off. Stumbling from his gun wounds, he seeks shelter in the back of Ted's empty taxi and collapses, lifeless. Suspicions fly as Scotland Yard investigates the murder. The police suspect Dave's underworld connections.
The mob suspects that Ted knows their guilt. And Ted himself suspects who the real killer might be...
Actors:
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Directors:
Producers:
James A. Carter
Writers:
Peter Fraser, Brock Williams
Studio:
Simply Media
Genres:
British Films, Drama
Countries:
UK
BBFC:
Release Date:
17/08/2015
Run Time:
79 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Full Screen 1.33:1 / 4:3
Colour:
B & W
Languages:
English
Subtitles:
None

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Too Many Improbables. - Dancing with Crime review by NC

Spoiler Alert

A taxi-driver and his girl ignore police advice and decide to investigate a black-market ring that has killed their friend. A routine crime story, professionally done, but with a preposterous ending which relegates it from a 'quite good' to a 'if you've got nothing better to do'.

The cast are good, the dialogue is a fraction above average, and there is a noir-ish atmosphere, with (studio-bound) small, crowded, night-time streets; pub and police-station interiors; and guns drawn at every opportunity.

Much of the action takes place in a night-club, and perhaps the main interest of the film lies in catching a glimpse of such a venue, post-war (1947), complete with orchestra, M.C., and dance hostesses.

Diana Dors and Dirk Bogarde make very early, and uncredited, career appearances.

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