Don't Say Die

Don't Say Die is a 1950 British comedy film directed by Vivian Milroy and starring Charles Heslop, Sandra Dorne and Constance Smith.[1] It is also known by the alternative title of Never Say Die.

Don't Say Die
Directed byVivian Milroy
Produced byLouis Hagen
Margot Lovell
Vivian Milroy
Written byDido Milroy
Vivian Milroy
Desmond Walter-Ellis
StarringCharles Heslop
Sandra Dorne
Constance Smith
Music byRaymond Bennell
CinematographyJames Wilson
Edited byKen Bilton
X Productions
Distributed byIndependent Film Distributors
Release date
Running time
72 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom


  • Charles Heslop as Charles Choosey
  • Sandra Dorne as Sandra
  • Desmond Walter-Ellis as The Hon. Bertie Blarney
  • Constance Smith as Red Biddy
  • Tony Quinn as Mike Murphy
  • Stanley Rose as Gus
  • Derek Tansley as Potts
  • Thomas Gallagher as Gorilla
  • Raymond Rollett as Ticket Inspector
  • Michael Raghan as Station Master
  • Kenneth Connor as Pat O'Neill
  • Harry Lane as McClusky
  • Denis McCarthy as O'Toole


  1. ^ Quinlan p.168


  • David Quinlan. Quinlan's Illustrated Directory of Film Comedy Stars. Batsford, 1992.

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