Good-Time Girl (1948)


A young girl from the ghetto gets involved with some criminals. Driving while drunk, she knocks down and kills a policeman. She runs away with two GI’s who are also on the run and they start a crime wave.

Director: David MacDonald.
Stars: Jean Kent, Dennis Price, Herbert Lom, Bonar Colleano, Peter Glenville, Flora Robson, Griffith Jones, George Carney, Beatrice Varley, Hugh McDermott, Amy Veness, Elwyn Brook-Jones, Orlando Martins, Jill Bacon, Renee Gadd, Joan Young, Margaret Barton, Jack Raine, Nora Swinburne, Diana Dors.


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  1. Allen Levy
    December 23, 2019

    A surprisingly good film , nicely written and very well acted by Jean Kent, Dennis Price and whoever played “Danny”—-one of the villains of the piece. Touches of neo-realism give the story some visual interest, as do some nice directorial flourishes. Gritty—of course a little soapy ending, as a young girl (a very young Diana Dors) is persuaded not to become a “good time girl” because she has learned from the sordid history of a girl who has taken the wrong path. Definitely worth a watch.

  2. eric wall
    June 17, 2023

    OMG . . . what a load of nonsense! Nice to see the old English actors in their youth though.

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