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A KID FOR TWO FARTHINGS

Directed by : Carol REED

Year of production : 1955 Country : UNITED KINGDOM Length : 96 minutes

Synopsis

Kandinsky is a Jewish tailor, whose gift for telling fairy-tales brings about exciting and magical events in the life of a small boy. Joe, a six year old child, who lodges with his mother in Kandinsky’s house, is broken hearted when he loses a pet chicken. Kandinsky tries to console the boy by telling him a story about a unicorn who has a magin horn which, if rubbed, will grant any wish. Entranced by the fairy-tale, Joe sets off through Petticoat Lane in search of a magic unicorn.

Credits

Carol REED - Director

Wolf MANKOWITZ - Script / Dialogue

Edward SCAIFE - Cinematography

Wilfred SHINGLETON - Set decorator

Benjamin FRANKEL - Music

A.S. BATES - Film Editor

Casting

Brenda DE BANZIE - Lady ruby

Celia JOHNSON - Joanna

Diana DORS - Sonia

David KOSSOFF - Mr Kandinsky

Lou JACOBI - Blackie Issacs

Sydney TAFLER - Madam Rita

Primo CARNERA - Python Macklin

Joe ROBINSON - Sam

Jonathan ASHMORE - Joe

Photo du Film

Contacts

Production

LONDON FILMS - LONDON FILMS -

International press

GRANADA INTERNATIONAL - www.granadamedia.com - DEBBIE LAWRENCE - debbie.lawrence@granadamedia.com

International sales

GRANADA INTERNATIONAL - T: +44 207 7491 1441 - www.granadamedia.com/international - fiona.maxwell@granadamedia.com

Cannes Classics 2006

Cannes Classics Released on Carol REED

A KID FOR TWO FARTHINGS

Kandinsky is a Jewish tailor, whose gift for telling fairy-tales brings about exciting and magical events in the life of a small boy. Joe, a six year...
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