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: Tread Softly Stranger (1958) Brit Noir  ( 618 )
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Directed by Gordon Parry written by Jack Popplewell and Denis O'Dell (based on the play by George Minter) Starring Diana Dors, George Baker, Terence Morgan. Interesting little Noir showcasing Dors as the femme fatale to two brothers Dave and Johnny Mancell. Johnny was played by George Baker you may be familiar with from I, Claudius, he played Tiberius.

I think the opening sequence of this film may have been homaged in Get Carter

There are some humorous visual metaphors and Dors seems to constantly about to fall out of her dress/tops, only the friction between her boobs and the fabric miraculously seems to keep the film PG.

"When you feel that rope tighten on your neck you can feel the devil bite your ass"!
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