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Orders to Kill (1958)

Director: Anthony Asquith

Writers: George St. George; Paul Dehn

From novel: Orders to Kill by Donald C. Downes

Music Composed and Conducted by: Benjamin Frankel

Producer: Anthony Havelock-Allan

Keywords: Drama, WWII, French Resistance

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eddie Albert
Actor
22-Apr-1906 26-May-2005 Oliver on Green Acres
Lillian Gish
Actor
14-Oct-1893 27-Feb-1993 Silent film actress, director
Lionel Jeffries
Actor
10-Jun-1926 19-Feb-2010 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
James Robertson Justice
Actor
15-Jun-1907 2-Jul-1975 Doctor in the House
Irene Worth
Actor
23-Jun-1916 10-Mar-2002 Lost in Yonkers

CAST

Eddie Albert   ...   Maj. MacMahon
Paul Massie   ...   Gene Summers
Lillian Gish   ...   Mrs. Summers
James Robertson Justice   ...   Naval Commander
with
Leslie French   ...   Lafitte
Irene Worth   ...   Leonie
John Crawford   ...   Kimball
Lionel Jeffries   ...   Interrogator
and
Nicholas Phipps   ...   Supporting Cast
Sandra Dorne   ...   Supporting Cast
Jacques Brunius   ...   Supporting Cast
Robert Henderson   ...   Supporting Cast
Miki Iveria   ...   Supporting Cast
Lillabea Gifford   ...   Supporting Cast
Anne Blake   ...   Supporting Cast
Sam Kydd   ...   Supporting Cast
Ann Walford   ...   Supporting Cast
Denyse MacPherson   ...   Supporting Cast

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