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boy with green hair
- kevin sellers
Although I certainly agree with the previous reviewer that this film was boring, if it had been intended as a pro Communist statement, then surely Dean Stockwell's hair would have been, well, RED. I guess what really ticks me off about this heavy handed allegory of goodness and hope crushed by the cruel world and then revived is that it wastes the considerable talent of quite possibly the best American actor of the late 40s and 50s, Robert Ryan, who is given the dinky and unimportant role of the kid's shrink. About the only reason to watch the damn thing is Dean Stockwell's ability as a child actor. Let's give it a C minus. P.S. If Joseph Losey's getting kicked out of Hollywood for leftist political views made him a better film maker, which I feel it did, then the right wing creeps did him a favor.
- J D Jitters
In all my born days, I never experienced an anti-American film like this, The word "pro-commie" is to soft of a way to explain this film. I hated when I saw it as a child and hate it even more today. Worse than that it is booooring!! I would have believed it had someone said it was produced in the Soviet Union.
BOY WITH GREEN HAIR
- DAN MONICO
Thank you TCM for showing this film !!! Very rarely is it ever on tv. GREAT CAST, STORY AND MESSAGE !!!!!!!!
Where's the Irish Spirit?
- Helen Ceglia
why arent' you showing this movie during st. patrick's day week?
the boy with green hair
I loved this movie as a child and still do today. The movie sends a memorable message to everyone about chlldren and how they are affected by war. It projects a very heart warming story.
An Excellent Movie; not at all dated
This is most definitely a movie worth seeing. Bear in mind that it was made shortly after the most devastating war ever seen on a world stage. (There were other, more destructive local wars, but WW2 takes the cake overall.)It is a deeply moving film, one which I am unable to adequately praise in this inadequate English language. See it and judge for yourself.
Very powerful, memorable in every way.