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Blanche Fury (19-Feb-1948)

Director: Marc Allégret

Writers: Audrey Lindop; Cecil McGivern; Hugh Mills

Musical Score by: Clifton Parker

Producer: Anthony Havelock-Allan

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Gough
Actor
23-Nov-1917 17-Mar-2011 Alfred in Batman films
Stewart Granger
Actor
6-May-1913 16-Aug-1993 King Solomon's Mines
Valerie Hobson
Actor
14-Apr-1917 13-Nov-1998 Kind Hearts and Coronets

CAST

Stewart Granger   ...   Philip Thorn
Valerie Hobson   ...   Blanche Fury
with
Walter Fitzgerald   ...   Simon Fury
Michael Gough   ...   Laurence Fury
Maurice Denham   ...   Maj. Fraser
Sybilla Binder   ...   Louisa
Alan Jeayes   ...   Mr. Weatherby
Edward Lexy   ...   Col. Jenkins
Suzanne Gibbs   ...   Lavinia
Ernest Jay   ...   Calamy
Townsend Whitling   ...   Banks
J. H. Roberts   ...   Doctor
Arthur Wontner   ...   Lord Rudford
Amy Veness   ...   Mrs. Winterbourne
Cherry London   ...   Molly
George Woodbridge   ...   Aimes
Lionel Grose   ...   Jordon
Brian Herbert   ...   Elliot
Margaret Withers   ...   Mrs. Hawkes
Norman Pierce   ...   Coroner
Wilfrid Caithness   ...   Clerk of Court
James Dale   ...   Judge
Cecil Ramage   ...   Prosecuting Counsel
David Ward   ...   First Clerk
Sidney Benson   ...   Second Clerk
M. E. Clifton-James   ...   Prison Governor
Michael Brennan   ...   Farmer
Charles Saynor   ...   Second Farmer
Alexander Field   ...   Third Farmer
Marie Ault   ...   Old Gypsy

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