This film is part of Rentals
A Boy, a Girl and a Bike
Honor Blackman and Diana Dors star in a tale of love, theft and deception in a Yorkshire cycling club.
Romance 1949 91 mins
Director: Ralph Smart
Who wouldn't want to join a bicycle club that counts Honor Blackman and Diana Dors as its members? As brash boy-racer David finds for himself after falling for Sue (Honor Blackman), a Yorkshire gal with a passion for cycling. Before long he’s a paid-up member of the Wakefield Wheelers, pitting him against Sue's current fiancé. A tale of romance, crime and cycling set against the glorious Yorkshire landscape.
This amiable comedy romance is notable for its strong supporting cast including Diana Dors, Anthony Newley, Leslie Dwyer and Thora Hird.
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