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The Servant (Sep-1963)

Director: Joseph Losey

Writer: Harold Pinter

From novel: The Servant by Robin Maugham

Music Composed and Conducted by: John Dankworth

Producers: Joseph Losey; Norman Priggen

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dirk Bogarde
Actor
28-Mar-1921 8-May-1999 A Bridge Too Far
Wendy Craig
Actor
20-Jun-1934   Matron on The Royal
James Fox
Actor
19-May-1939   A Passage to India
Patrick Magee
Actor
31-Mar-1922 14-Aug-1982 Mr. Alexander in A Clockwork Orange
Sarah Miles
Actor
31-Dec-1941   Hope and Glory
Harold Pinter
Playwright
10-Oct-1930 24-Dec-2008 The Birthday Party
Richard Vernon
Actor
7-Mar-1925 4-Dec-1997 Oldenshaw on The Man in Room 17

CAST

Dirk Bogarde   ...   Barrett
Sarah Miles   ...   Vera
with
Wendy Craig   ...   Susan
Introducing
James Fox   ...   Tony
Catherine Lacey   ...   Lady Mounset
Richard Vernon   ...   Lord Mounset
Brian Phelan   ...   Man in Pub
Hazel Terry   ...   Woman in Bedroom
Alison Seebohm   ...   Girl in Pub
Philippa Hare   ...   Girl in Bedroom
and
Dorothy Bromiley   ...   Girl in Phone Box
People in Restaurant
Anne Firbank   ...   Society Woman
Doris Knox   ...   Older Woman
Patrick Magee   ...   Bishop
Jill Melford   ...   Younger Woman
Alun Owen   ...   Curate
Harold Pinter   ...   Society Man
Derek Tansley   ...   Head Waiter
Chris Williams   ...   Cashier in Coffee Bar
Gerry Duggan   ...   Waiter

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