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I Thank a Fool (14-Sep-1962)

Director: Robert Stevens

Writer: Karl Tunberg

From novel by: Audrey Erskine-Lindop

Music Composed and Conducted by: Ron Goodwin

Producer: Anatole de Grunwald

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Diane Cilento
Actor
5-Oct-1933 6-Oct-2011 The Agony and the Ecstasy
Cyril Cusack
Actor
26-Nov-1910 7-Oct-1993 Gone to Earth
Peter Finch
Actor
28-Sep-1916 14-Jan-1977 Network
Susan Hayward
Actor
30-Jun-1918 14-Mar-1975 I Want to Live!
Joan Hickson
Actor
5-Aug-1906 17-Oct-1998 Miss Marple
Kieron Moore
Actor
5-Oct-1924 15-Jul-2007 The League of Gentlemen
Clive Morton
Actor
16-Mar-1904 24-Sep-1975 Kind Hearts and Coronets
Laurence Naismith
Actor
14-Dec-1908 5-Jun-1992 The Amazing Mr. Blunden
Peter Sallis
Actor
1-Feb-1921   Last of the Summer Wine
Peter Vaughan
Actor
4-Apr-1923   The Remains of the Day
Richard Wattis
Actor
25-Feb-1912 1-Feb-1975 English comic actor

CAST

Susan Hayward   ...   Christine Allison
Peter Finch   ...   Stephen Dane
Co-Starring
Diane Cilento   ...   Liane Dane
Cyril Cusack   ...   Capt. Ferris
with
Kieron Moore   ...   Roscoe
Richard Wattis   ...   Ebblington
Athene Seyler   ...   Aunt Heather
Miriam Karlin   ...   Woman in Black Maria
Laurence Naismith   ...   O'Grady
J. G. Devlin   ...   Coroner
Clive Morton   ...   Judge
Richard Leech   ...   Irish Doctor
and
Brenda de Banzie   ...   Nurse Drew

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