Serious Charge (49) 6.4 1 h 35 min 1959 NR Reverend Howard Phillips, an unmarried vicar newly arrived in a parish, accuses a local nineteen year old thug and petty criminal of being partially responsible for the recent death of a teenage girl. Directors Terence Young Starring Wensley Pithey, Judith Furse, Cliff Richard Genres Drama, International
Serious Charge (1959) Full Cast & Crew See agents for this cast & crew on IMDbPro Directed by Terence Young Writing Credits Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification Produced by Mickey Delamar ... producer Music by Leighton Lucas Cinematography by Georges Périnal ... director of photography (as Georges Perinal) Film Editing by
Serious Charge Andrew Ray (Actor), Irene Browne (Actor), Terence Young (Director) Rated: Unrated Format: DVD 49 ratings $12.03 DVD $12.03 VHS Tape from $19.95 Additional DVD options Edition Discs Price New from Used from DVD November 11, 2016 — 1 $12.03 $12.03 $12.03 DVD June 30, 2009 — 1 — $14.95 $4.34 DVD — — $65.97 $65.97 — See More
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Summaries. A vicar falsely accused of assaulting a youth attempts to prove his innocence and save his reputation. Howard Phillips, a vicar who's new in the town of Bellington, wants to reach out to youth. The previous vicar's daughter, Hester Peters, who fears being a spinster, wants to be his wife. He tells her he's not interested.
The plot essentially unfolds around an unmarried vicar,Howard Phillips, played by Anthony Quayle,who falls foul of a local tearaway youth who maliciously claims to have been sexually assaulted by the Churchman. Terence Young, with dozens of Directing credits behind him, crams quite a lot into 87 minutes.
A punk (Andrew Ray) commits murder and accuses the new minister (Anthony Quayle) in town of the crime. Genre: Drama Original Language: English Director: Terence Young Producer: Mickey Delamar...
Howard Phillips, a vicar who's new in the town of Bellington, wants to reach out to youth. The previous vicar's daughter, Hester Peters, who fears being a spinster, wants to be his wife. He tells her he's not interested. When he confronts a tough kid about something the youth has done, the lad sets out to frame the vicar. Hester, who's walked in on the confrontation, backs the youth's story ...