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The Exile (17-Oct-1947)

Director: Max Ophüls

Writer: Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.

From novel: His Majesty, The King by Cosmo Hamilton

Music by: Frank Skinner

Producer: Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Swashbuckling

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Nigel Bruce
14-Feb-1895 8-Oct-1953 Played Rathbone's Dr. Watson
Robert Coote
4-Feb-1909 26-Nov-1982 My Fair Lady
Henry Daniell
5-Mar-1894 31-Oct-1963 British-American character actor
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
9-Dec-1909 7-May-2000 Sinbad the Sailor
Maria Montez
6-Jun-1912 7-Sep-1951 The Exile


Maria Montez   ...   The Countess
Henry Daniell   ...   Col. Ingram
Nigel Bruce   ...   Sir Edward Hyde
Robert Coote   ...   Pinner
and introduces
Rita Corday   ...   Katie
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.   ...   Charles Stuart
Otto Waldis   ...   Jan
Eldon Gorst   ...   Seymour
Colin Keith-Johnston   ...   Capt. Bristol
Lester Matthews   ...   Robbins
William Trenk   ...   Footman
Milton A. Owen   ...   Wilcox
Ben H. Wright   ...   Milbanke
Colin Kenny   ...   Ross
Peter Shaw   ...   Higson
Will Stanton   ...   Tucket
C. S. Ramsey-Hill   ...   Cavalier Official
Gordon Clark   ...   Cavalier Guard
Lumsden Hare   ...   Roundhead General
Thomas P. Dillon   ...   Jasper
Fred Cavens   ...   Coachman
Alla Dunn   ...   Marie
Torben Meyer   ...   Sea Captain
Grayce Hampton   ...   First Court Lady
Mary Forbes   ...   Second Court Lady
Charles Stevens   ...   Painter


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