Forbidden (1949) Movie Details

George King
George Melachrino
George King Productions , British Lion Film Corporation
1 hr 27 mins
Rating: 6.5/10 from 175 users

Forbidden Movie Cast

Douglass Montgomery
as Jim Harding
Hazel Court
as Jane Thompson
Patricia Burke
as Diana Harding
Garry Marsh
as Jerry Burns
Ronald Shiner
as Dan Collins
Kenneth Griffith
as Johnny
Eliot Makeham
as Pop Thompson
Frederick Leister
as Dr. Franklin
Richard Bird
as Jennings
Michael Medwin
as Cabby
Peggy Ann Clifford
as Millie
Peter Jones
as Pete
Erik Chitty
as Schofield
Sam Kydd
as Joe
Andrew Cruickshank
as Inspector Baxter

Forbidden Crew List

Director :
Producer : George King
Writer : Katherine Strueby
Original Music Composer :
Cinematography : Hone Glendinning
Editor : Douglas Myers
Story : Val Valentine
Director of Photography : Hone Glendinning

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Set on Blackpool’s Golden Mile, Jim (Douglass Montgomery), a once promising scientist, sets up in business as a patent medicine man selling hair tonic at the fair with his ex-army colleague Dan (Ronald Shiner). Following a fight with local hoods over pitch spaces, Jim falls for Jane (Hazel Court), the girl on a nearby candy floss stall. The two begin dating but Jim fails to mention he is already married.


Forbidden is a 1949 English Film stars Douglass Montgomery , George King , George King , Katherine Strueby , George Melachrino , Hone Glendinning , Douglas Myers , Val Valentine , Hazel Court , Patricia Burke , Garry Marsh , Ronald Shiner , Kenneth Griffith , Eliot Makeham , Frederick Leister , Richard Bird , Michael Medwin , Peggy Ann Clifford , Peter Jones , Erik Chitty , Sam Kydd , Andrew Cruickshank , Hone Glendinning , directed by George King & music by George Melachrino.