Young Cassidy (1965) - I Can Go As High As Tuppence
In Dublin, ca. 1910, Rod Taylor (title character, an aspiring writer) and mother (Flora Robson) receive sister Ella (Sian Phillips), mother of five, whose husband Drummer is now institutionalized, then he meets book store clerk Nora (Maggie Smith), in Young Cassidy, 1965, based on the life of playwright Sean OCasey.
Young Cassidy - (Original Trailer)
Rod Taylor stars in the true story of Irish playwright Sean O'Casey, Young Cassidy (1965), directed by John Ford and Jack Cardiff, also starring Julie Christie, and Maggie Smith.
Young Cassidy (1965) - Right And Proper Too
Dublin, ca. 1911, Cassidy (Rod Taylor, in a role based on the author Sean O'Casey) has written the flyers being handed out at an Irish workers' rally, British cops arrive, he flees with new friend Daisy (Julie Christie), in Young Cassidy, 1965.
Young Cassidy (1965) - Damn Poverty Altogether
Cassidy (Rod Taylor, his role based on writer Sean O'Casey) learns of another death, commiserates with Mick (Philip O'Flynn) then joins fellow Irish rebels (Eddie Golden as "Captain White"), in 1911 Dublin, in Young Cassidy, 1965, directed by Jack Cardiff, who replaced the ailing John Ford.
Young Cassidy - (Original Movie Promo)
A look behind the scenes of the making of the Jack Cardiff - John Ford movie Young Cassidy (1965).
Dave Karger Intro -- Young Cassidy (1965)
Guest host Dave Karger introduces Young Cassidy, 1965.
Alicia Malone Intro -- Young Cassidy (1965)
TCMs Alicia Malone introduces Young Cassidy, 1965.