Dusty Bates

Dusty Bates is a 1947 British, Technicolor, children's film, directed by Darrell Catling and starring Ronald Shiner as 'Squeaky' Watts and Anthony Newley in the title role.[1] It was produced by Gaumont-British Instructional and Children's Entertainment Films. The film was also presented by the Rank Organisation. The story was filmed in four parts.[2][3][4][5] The film score was created by Jack Beaver.

DVD release

The Adventures of Dusty Bates was released on Region 0 DVD-R by Alpha Video on 28 January 2014.[6]


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