Jacqueline (1956)

06/04/1956 (GB) Drama 1h 29m
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Jacqueline is the daughter of Belfast shipyard worker Mike McNeil. The worker's worth is compromised by his crippling fear of heights. Dismissed from his job, he finds solace in the bottle. All seems hopeless until Jacqueline breaks through her father's self-imposed gloom and helps him to regenerate. An adaptation of the novel 'A Grand Man', by Catherine Cookson.

  1. Roy Ward Baker


  2. Catherine Cookson


  3. Liam O'Flaherty


  4. Patrick Kirwan


Top Billed Cast

  1. John Gregson

    John Gregson

    Mike McNeil

  2. Kathleen Ryan

    Kathleen Ryan

    Elizabeth McNeil

  3. Jacqueline Ryan

    Jacqueline Ryan

    Jacqueline McNeil

  4. Liam Redmond

    Liam Redmond

    Peter Lord

  5. Cyril Cusack

    Cyril Cusack

    John Flannagan

  6. Marie Kean

    Marie Kean

    Mrs. Flannagan

  7. Noel Purcell

    Noel Purcell

    Mr. Owen, the Parson

  8. Maureen Delaney

    Maureen Delaney

    Mrs. McBride

  9. Josephine Fitzgerald

    Mrs. McMullen

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Original Language English

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