No Road Back
|No Road Back|
|Directed by||Montgomery Tully|
|Written by||Falkland L. Cary,
|Running time||83 min.|
No Road Back is a 1957 British B picture crime drama, notable mainly for being the first major film role for future filmstar Sean Connery. Connery's role is that of a minor gangster, Spike, who has a speech impediment.
- During filming, Connery was encouraged by fellow members of the cast to complain to the film's director, Montgomery Tully, about his character's stutter. Not realising it was a practical joke, Tully apparently himself suffered from a similar handicap, and berated the young actor by allegedly replying, "Who the f-f-fuck do you think you are, L-L-Larry Olivier?"
Last modified on 11 April 2013, at 14:38
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