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The League of Gentlemen (5-Apr-1960)

Director: Basil Dearden

Writer: Bryan Forbes

From novel: The League of Gentlemen by John Boland (1958)

Music Composed and Conducted by: Philip Green

Producer: Michael Relph

Keywords: Crime/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Terence Alexander
Actor
11-Mar-1923 28-May-2009 Charlie Hungerford in Bergerac
Richard Attenborough
Film Director
29-Aug-1923   Gandhi
Robert Coote
Actor
4-Feb-1909 26-Nov-1982 My Fair Lady
Bryan Forbes
Actor
22-Jul-1926 8-May-2013 King Rat
Jack Hawkins
Actor
14-Sep-1910 18-Jul-1973 Land of the Pharaohs
Roger Livesey
Actor
25-Jun-1906 4-Feb-1976 The League of Gentlemen
Kieron Moore
Actor
5-Oct-1924 15-Jul-2007 The League of Gentlemen
Nanette Newman
Actor
29-May-1934   International Velvet
Nigel Patrick
Actor
2-May-1913 21-Sep-1981 The Browning Version
Patrick Wymark
Actor
11-Jul-1920 20-Oct-1970 Where Eagles Dare

CAST

Jack Hawkins   ...   Hyde
Nigel Patrick   ...   Race
Roger Livesey   ...   Mycroft
Richard Attenborough   ...   Lexy
Also Starring
Bryan Forbes   ...   Porthill
Kieron Moore   ...   Stevens
Robert Coote   ...   Bunny Warren
with
Terence Alexander   ...   Rupert
Melissa Stribling   ...   Peggy
Norman Bird   ...   Weaver
Nanette Newman   ...   Elizabeth
David Lodge   ...   C.S.M.
Lydia Sherwood   ...   Hilda
Doris Hare   ...   Molly Weaver
Patrick Wymark   ...   Wylie
Gerald Harper   ...   Capt. Saunders
Brian Murray   ...   Grogan

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