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Odd Man Out

UK, English, 116 mins

  • Director: Carol Reed
  • Writer: F.L. Green
  • Producer: Carol Reed; Phil C. Samuel

CGiii Comment

From the creators of The Third Man - noir at its best.

Mason is superb...and then three-quarters through, Newton makes his bizarre entrance - as a slightly mad artist of dubious nature - he comes across as a drunken old poof.

A classic.


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The(ir) Blurb...

Johnny McQueen, leader of a clandestine Irish organization, has been hiding in the house of Kathleen and her mother, planning a hold-up that will provide his group with the funds needed to continue its activities. During the hold-up, things go sour: Johnny is wounded, cannot make it back to the hideout, and disappears in the back-alleys of Belfast. Immediately, a large-scale man-hunt is launched, and the city is tightly covered by the constabulary, whose chief is intent on capturing Johnny and the other members of the gang. Kathleen sets out in search of Johnny.

Cast & Characters

James Mason as Johnny McQueen;
Robert Newton as Lukey;
Cyril Cusack as Pat;
Kathleen Ryan as Kathleen Sullivan;
F.J. McCormick as Shell;
William Hartnell as Fencie;
Fay Compton as Rosie;
Denis O'Dea as Inspector;
W.G. Fay as Father Tom;
Maureen Delaney as Theresa O'Brien;
Elwyn Brook-Jones as Tober;
Robert Beatty as Dennis;
Dan O'Herlihy as Nolan;
Kitty Kirwan as Grannie;
Beryl Measor as Maudie

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