1956 Women Without Men

Women Without Men 1956

Alternative Title: Blonde Bait

A Hammer production released by Exclusiye Films RCA Sound Recording 

Made at Bray Studios 

Black & White 68 mins 


Convict Angie Booth is desperate. Before being sentenced, she made a tryst with her merchant seaman lover Nick to meet him at a set time and place. When her request for temporary parole is turned down by the prison governor, she plans to escape along with a group of other inmates. Watch the trailer on YouTube



Editor James Needs
Production Manager Jimmy Sangster
Assistant Director Bill Shore
Sound Bill Sweeney
Make-up Phil Leakey
Hair Stylist Monica Hustler
Wardrobe Molly Arbuthnot
Camera Operator Len Harris
Director of Photography Walter Harvey, BSc
Music Composed by Leonard Salzedo
Song "Long Ago Guy" by Douglas Gamley
Lyric by Lorraine Williams
Musical Director John Hollingsworth
Original Story Richard Landau
Produced by Anthony Hinds
Directed by Elmo Williams



Angie Booth Beverley Michaels
Cleo Joan Rice
Granny Thora Hird
Nick Paul Carpenter
Bessie Avril Angers
Julian Ralph Michael
Marguerite April Olrich
Pierre Eugene Deckers
Percy Gordon Jackson
Warder David Lodge
and with Hermione Baddeley, Bill Shine, Valerie White, Betty Cooper, Olwen Brookes, Sheila Burrell, Michael Golden, John Welsh and Maurice Kaufmann 


American director Elmo Williams was much better known as a Film Editor. He also co-produced the 1962 epic about the D-Day landings, "The Longest Day".

Details were complied viewing the actual film. 
Source of viewing copy - The Hammer Graveyard Collection