The Boy with Green Hair1948
The Boy with Green Hair (1948)
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as Mr. Hammond
Critic Reviews for The Boy with Green Hair
Few films so daringly span the local and the universal-or look so ravishing while doing so. Its eerie palette meshes perfectly with Losey's vision of a world out of joint.
Young Dean Stockwell shows amazing thought and skill in playing The Boy With the Green Hair -- shown off admirably in the film's Technicolor.
It's a nice picture. It hits at bigotry, it pleads for war's forgotten victims, and certainly, Dean Stockwell's a most appealing young actor.
A precursor to all those radiation fallout monster flicks of the Fifties. A telling cautionary tale worth a watch for far more than the nostalgic factor.
Audience Reviews for The Boy with Green Hair
I saw this film on a Netflix Stream and I must say right off the bat that it is the worst video Quality film I have ever watched, though I don't think that is of any fault of Netflix its just what's available. I was going to turn this one off after the first 10 minutes but then I was captured by the story line. A 1948 movie all about tolerance, about someone being different and when they are how bad people can treat them from kids to adults, how fast gossip can spread and what it can affect someone. Many Morals to the story in this one. Just wish video quality was a little better. 3 Stars
Preach, preach, peach, war orphans, boo hoo... Plus the singing was annoying
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