Jacqueline (film)

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Jacqueline
Jacqueline FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Roy Ward Baker
Starring John Gregson
Music by Cedric Thorpe Davie
Cinematography Geoffrey Unsworth
Edited by John D. Guthridge
Production
  company
George H. Brown Productions
Distributed by Rank
Release date(s) 5 June 1956
Running time 89 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Jacqueline is a 1956 British drama film shot in Belfast and directed by Roy Ward Baker. It is based on the novel "The Grand Man" (1954) by Catherine Cookson.[1]

Plot[edit]

Steel worker Mike McNeil's drinking spirals out of control when he loses his job due to vertigo at the Belfast shipyard. But his devoted young daughter Jacqueline vows to help him. She attempts to persuade a tough land-owner to give her troubled dad another chance.[2]

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Critical reception[edit]

Britmovie called the film "gushingly sentimental";[3] while Sky Movies called it "a likeable little drama with earnest performances and atmospheric background detail." [4]

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