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Only Two Can Play (9-Mar-1962)

Director: Sidney Gilliat

Writer: Bryan Forbes

From novel: That Uncertain Feeling by Kingsley Amis

Music Composed by: Richard Rodney Bennett

Producer: Leslie Gilliat

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Attenborough
Film Director
29-Aug-1923 24-Aug-2014 Gandhi
Meredith Edwards
Actor
10-Jun-1917 8-Feb-1999 Dunkirk
Raymond Huntley
Actor
23-Apr-1904 19-Oct-1990 Passport to Pimlico
John Le Mesurier
Actor
5-Apr-1912 15-Nov-1983 Dad's Army
Peter Sellers
Actor
8-Sep-1925 24-Jul-1980 Inspector Clouseau
Graham Stark
Actor
20-Jan-1922 29-Oct-2013 The Return of the Pink Panther
Mai Zetterling
Actor
24-May-1925 17-Mar-1994 The Witches

CAST

Peter Sellers   ...   John Lewis
Mai Zetterling   ...   Liz
Virginia Maskell   ...   Jean
Also Starring
Kenneth Griffiths   ...   Ievan Jenkins
with
Raymond Huntley   ...   Vernon
David Davies   ...   Benyon
Maudie Edwards   ...   Mrs. Davies
Meredith Edwards   ...   Clergyman
John Le Mesurier   ...   Salter
Frederick Piper   ...   Mr. Davies
Graham Stark   ...   Nyman
Eynon Evans   ...   Town Hall Clerk
John Arnatt   ...   Bill
Sheila Manahan   ...   Mrs. Jenkins
Guest Star
Richard Attenborough   ...   Gareth Probert

REVIEWS

Review by Steve R (posted on 9-Mar-2005)

I remember this as one of the funniest movies I had seen when I first saw it some 30 years ago. Peter Sellers was charming, guileless and as accident prone as he became as Clouseau in the Pink Panther series. This movie was one of a series of formative Peter Sellers movies with "I'm Aright, Jack" and several others that built his career as a brilliant comedic actor.


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