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Storm Over the Nile (26-Dec-1955)

Directors: Terence Young; Zoltán Korda

Writers: R. C. Sherriff; Lajos Biro; Arthur Wimperis

From novel: The Four Feathers by A. E. W. Mason

Music Composed and Conducted by: Benjamin Frankel

Producer: Zoltán Korda

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ian Carmichael
18-Jun-1920 5-Feb-2010 Bertie Wooster
Laurence Harvey
1-Oct-1928 25-Nov-1973 Manchurian Candidate
Michael Hordern
3-Oct-1911 2-May-1995 The Slipper and the Rose
James Robertson Justice
15-Jun-1907 2-Jul-1975 Doctor in the House
Geoffrey Keen
21-Aug-1916 3-Nov-2005 Sir Fredrick Gray in Bond films
Christopher Lee
27-May-1922   The Face of Fu Manchu
Anthony Steel
21-May-1920 21-Mar-2001 Where No Vultures Fly
Mary Ure
18-Feb-1933 3-Apr-1975 Sons and Lovers


Laurence Harvey   ...   John Durrance
Anthony Steel   ...   Harry Faversham
James Robertson Justice   ...   Gen. Burroughs
Mary Ure   ...   Mary Burroughs
Geoffrey Keen   ...   Dr. Sutton
Ronald Lewis   ...   Peter Burroughs
Ian Carmichael   ...   Willoughby
Michael Hordern   ...   Gen. Faversham
Jack Lambert   ...   Colonel
Christopher Lee   ...   Karaga Pasha
Ferdy Mayne   ...   Dr. Harraz
Raymond Francis   ...   Colonel's Aide
John Wynne   ...   Sergeant
Avis Scott   ...   Sergeant's Wife
Roger Delgado   ...   Native Spy
Frank Singuineau   ...   Native Servant
Ben Williams   ...   Faversham's Butler
Vincent Holman   ...   Burroughs' Butler
Paul Streather   ...   Harry Faversham (as a boy)
N. Al Basri   ...   Dervish
M. H. Gadalla   ...   Dervish
Michael Argy   ...   Dervish
Edwin Cary   ...   Dervish


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