July 24, 2014

Films

Jacqueline – 1956 | 89 mins | Drama | B&W

Plot Synopsis

Jacqueline

Gushingly sentimental drama based on the Catherine Cookson novel A Grand Man, starring Jacqueline Ryan, and co-starring her mother Kathleen.

Steel worker Mike McNeil (John Gregson) young daughter Jacqueline (Jacqueline Ryan) vows to do whatever it takes to help her father battle his crippling addiction to drink, which spirals out of control when he loses his job due to vertigo at the Belfast shipyard. Luckily, her pluck and determination help convince a tough land-owner Lord (Liam Redmond) to give her down-on-his-luck dad another chance.

Production Team

Roy Ward Baker: Director
Jack Maxsted: Art Direction
Geoffrey Unsworth: Cinematography
Eleanor Abbey: Costume Design
John D Guthridge: Editing
George Blackler: Makeup Department
Cedric Thorpe Davie: Original Music
Johnny Johnston: Original Music
George H Brown: Producer
Liam O’Flaherty: Script
Patrick Kirwan: Script
Catherine Cookson: Script
Patrick Campbell: Script
Jim Groom: Sound Department
Gordon K McCallum: Sound Department
Dudley Messenger: Sound Department

Cast

John Gregson: Mike McNeil
Kathleen Ryan: Elizabeth McNeil
Jacqueline Ryan: Jacqueline McNeil
Noel Purcell: Mr Owen
Cyril Cusack: Mr Flannagan
Tony Wright: Jack McBride
Maureen Swanson: Maggie
Liam Redmond: Mr Lord
Richard O’Sullivan: Michael



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