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The Doctor's Dilemma (17-Dec-1958)

Director: Anthony Asquith

Writer: Anatole de Grunwald

From a play: The Doctor's Dilemma by George Bernard Shaw

Music Composed by: Joseph Kosma

Producer: Anatole de Grunwald

Keywords: Drama, Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Terence Alexander
Actor
11-Mar-1923 28-May-2009 Charlie Hungerford in Bergerac
Felix Aylmer
Actor
21-Feb-1889 2-Sep-1979 Henry V
Dirk Bogarde
Actor
28-Mar-1921 8-May-1999 A Bridge Too Far
Leslie Caron
Dancer
1-Jul-1931   Gigi
Alec McCowen
Actor
26-May-1925   English Shakespearean actor
Robert Morley
Actor
26-May-1908 3-Jun-1992 Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?
Peter Sallis
Actor
1-Feb-1921   Last of the Summer Wine
Alastair Sim
Actor
9-Oct-1900 19-Aug-1976 Scrooge in A Christmas Carol

CAST

Leslie Caron   ...   Mrs. Dubedat
Dirk Bogarde   ...   Louis Dubedat
with
Alastair Sim   ...   Cutler Walpole
Robert Morley   ...   Sir Ralph Bloomfield-Bonington
John Robinson   ...   Sir Colenso Ridgeon
Felix Aylmer   ...   Sir Patrick Cullen
Michael Gwynn   ...   Dr. Blenkinsop
Maureen Delaney   ...   Emmy
Alec McCowen   ...   Redpenny
Colin Gordon   ...   Newspaper Man
Gwenda Ewen   ...   Minnie
Terence Alexander   ...   Mr. Lanchester
Derek Prentice   ...   Head Waiter
Peter Sallis   ...   Secretary at Picture Gallery
Clifford Buckton   ...   Butcher

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