The Good Die Young

The Good Die Young is a 1954 British film noir crime thriller film made by Remus Films, featuring a number of American characters. It was directed by Lewis Gilbert. The screenplay was based on the book of the same name written by Richard Macaulay.


The film opens with four men in a car, apparently about to commit a serious crime. How each of the previously law-abiding men came to be in this position is then explored.

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    contentLocation London
    director Lewis Gilbert
    editor Ralph Kemplen
    genre crime drama thriller
    keywords age find a job gambling debts heathrow airport injured rene ray
    musicBy Georges Auric
    producer John Woolf
    productionCompany Remus Films
    publisher United Artists
    theme film noir heist