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Rembrandt (6-Nov-1936)

Director: Alexander Korda

Writers: Carl Zuckmayer; June Head

Musical Score: Geoffrey Toye

Keywords: Drama, Biography, Painting

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Raymond Huntley
Actor
23-Apr-1904 19-Oct-1990 Passport to Pimlico
Elsa Lanchester
Actor
28-Oct-1902 26-Dec-1986 Bride of Frankenstein
Charles Laughton
Actor
1-Jul-1899 15-Dec-1962 Island of Lost Souls
Gertrude Lawrence
Actor
4-Jul-1898 6-Sep-1952 British and Broadway theatre star
Roger Livesey
Actor
25-Jun-1906 4-Feb-1976 The League of Gentlemen
Abraham Sofaer
Actor
1-Oct-1896 21-Jan-1988 The Naked Jungle

CAST

Charles Laughton   ...   Rembrandt
with
Gertrude Lawrence   ...   Geertje
Elsa Lanchester   ...   Hendrickje
Edward Chapman   ...   Fabrizius
Walter Hudd   ...   Banning Cocq
Roger Livesey   ...   Beggar Saul
John Bryning   ...   Titus
Sam Livesey   ...   Auctioneer
Herbert Lomas   ...   Rembrandt's Father
Allan Jeayes   ...   Tulp
John Clements   ...   Flinck
Raymond Huntley   ...   Ludwick
Abraham Sofaer   ...   Menasseh
Lawrence Hanray   ...   Heertsbeeke
Austin Trevor   ...   Marquis
Henry Hewitt   ...   Jan Six
Gertrude Musgrove   ...   Girl at Inn
Richard Gofe   ...   Titus (Child)
Basil Gill   ...   Rembrandt's Brother
Barry Livesey   ...   Peasant Lad
James Carney   ...   Peasant Lad
Jack Livesey   ...   Journeyman
John Turnbull   ...   Minister
Edmund Willard   ...   Van Zeeland

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