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High and Dry

High and Dry(1954)

Also Known As: "Maggie," The | High and Dry |

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Brief Synopsis

An American businessman in Scotland is conned into shipping a valuable load of cargo to a Scottish island via a coal powered boat.

Cast & Crew

Abe Barker The Engineer
Tommy Kearins The Wee Boy
Geoffrey Keen Campbell
Dorothy Alison Miss Peters
Andrew Keir The Reporter
Mark Digham The Laird
Jameson Clark Dirty Dan
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1954 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  J Arthur Rank Organization .....Production Company, Universal Pictures .....Theatrical Distributor, Universal Pictures .....Studio
Duration(mins):  Country:  not available
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  • high and dry

    kevin sellers 2017-12-11

    Likable, charming film that deals lightly but trenchantly with themes of anti authoritarianism and Scottish joie de vivre vs. American/British boorish,... MORE>

  • Absolutely wonderful!

    Andy 2017-11-30

    Thank you TCM for showing this classic that I first saw as a child in New Zealand. Not a dud performance in the whole cast, beautiful in its simplicity and... MORE>

  • The Maggie

    Jean Keenan 2011-12-05

    This is the most evocative film of Scottish life. It,s a story of Engineering.Island navigation and Scottish humour.The Captain typifies the nature of... MORE>