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This Sporting Life (Jan-1963)

Director: Lindsay Anderson

Writer: David Storey

From novel: This Sporting Life by David Storey

Music Composed by: Roberto Gerhard

Producer: Karel Reisz

Keywords: Drama, Rugby

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Colin Blakely
Actor
23-Sep-1930 7-May-1987 The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes
Richard Harris
Actor
1-Oct-1930 25-Oct-2002 English Bob in Unforgiven
William Hartnell
Actor
8-Jan-1908 23-Apr-1975 The First Doctor Who
Arthur Lowe
Actor
22-Sep-1915 15-Apr-1982 Dad's Army
Rachel Roberts
Actor
20-Sep-1927 26-Nov-1980 This Sporting Life
Leonard Rossiter
Actor
21-Oct-1926 5-Oct-1984 The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin
Jack Watson
Actor
14-May-1915 4-Jul-1999 The Wild Geese

CAST

Richard Harris   ...   Frank Machin
Rachel Roberts   ...   Mrs. Hammond
Alan Badel   ...   Weaver
William Hartnell   ...   Johnson
Colin Blakely   ...   Maurice Braithwaite
Vanda Godsell   ...   Mrs. Weaver
Anne Cunningham   ...   Judith
Jack Watson   ...   Len Miller
Arthur Lowe   ...   Slomer
Harry Markham   ...   Wade
George Sewell   ...   Jeff
Leonard Rossiter   ...   Phillips
Katherine Parr   ...   Mrs. Farrer
Bernadette Benson   ...   Lynda
Andrew Nolan   ...   Ian
Peter Duguid   ...   Doctor
Wallas Eaton   ...   Waiter
Anthony Woodruff   ...   Head Waiter
Michael Logan   ...   Riley
Murray Evans   ...   Hooker
Tom Clegg   ...   Gower
Ken Traill   ...   Trainer
Frank Windsor   ...   Dentist
John Gill   ...   Cameron

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