Don't Say Die

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Don't Say Die
Directed byVivian Milroy
Written by
  • Dido Milroy
  • Vivian Milroy
  • Desmond Walter-Ellis
Produced by
  • Louis Hagen
  • Margot Lovell
  • Vivian Milroy
Starring
Cinematography James Wilson
Edited byKen Bilton
Music byRaymond Bennell
Production
company
X Productions
Distributed by Independent Film Distributors
Release date
1950
Running time
72 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
Language English

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.

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  1. Quinlan p.168

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