Women Without Men

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Women Without Men is a 1956 British crime drama film directed by Elmo Williams and Herbert Glazer and starring Beverly Michaels, Joan Rice and Hermione Baddeley. Three woman break out of prison together, for varying personal reasons. For U.S. read more

Women Without Men is a 1956 British crime drama film directed by Elmo Williams and Herbert Glazer and starring Beverly Michaels, Joan Rice and Hermione Baddeley. Three woman break out of prison together, for varying personal reasons. For U.S. release the film was retitled Blonde Bait and reedited with new scenes (with additional American actors - e.g. Jim Davis replacing Paul Carpenter as Nick) and notable differences between the plots. Other new actors were Richard Travis, and Paul Cavanagh.

Original Release

06/01/1956

Cast

Beverly Michaels Angie Booth / Angela Booth
Joan Rice Cleo Thompson
Thora Hird Granny Rafferty / Gran' Rafferty
Avril Angers Bessie / Bessie Brown
Paul Carpenter Nick Randall / Nick Randall (UK version)
Hermione Baddeley Grace
Betty Cooper Chief Matron Evans / Evans
Valerie White Prison Governor
Gordon Jackson Percy
Bill Shine Reveller
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Elmo Williams, Bert Glazer

Writers

Val Guest, Richard H. Landau

Cast

Beverly Michaels Angie Booth / Angela Booth
Joan Rice Cleo Thompson
Thora Hird Granny Rafferty / Gran' Rafferty
Avril Angers Bessie / Bessie Brown
Paul Carpenter Nick Randall / Nick Randall (UK version)
Hermione Baddeley Grace
Betty Cooper Chief Matron Evans / Evans
Valerie White Prison Governor
Gordon Jackson Percy
Bill Shine Reveller
Eugene Deckers Pierre
April Olrich Marguerite
Ralph Michael Julian Lord
Sheila Burrell Babs
Michael Golden Bargee
John Welsh Chaplain
Maurice Kaufmann Daniels
David Lodge Patrick
Douglas Argent 3rd Reveller
Sidney Brahms 2nd Reveller

Producers

Editors

James Needs

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