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Pygmalion (6-Oct-1938)

Directors: Anthony Asquith; Leslie Howard

Writers: Cecil Lewis; W. P. Lipscomb; George Bernard Shaw

From a play by: George Bernard Shaw

Original Music: Arthur Honegger

Producer: Gabriel Pascal

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Wendy Hiller
Actor
15-Aug-1912 14-May-2003 Separate Tables
Leslie Howard
Actor
3-Apr-1893 1-Jun-1943 Pygmalion
Wilfrid Lawson
Actor
14-Jan-1900 10-Oct-1966 Pygmalion

CAST

Leslie Howard   ...   Higgins
Introducing
Wendy Hiller   ...   Eliza
Wilfrid Lawson   ...   Doolittle
Marie Lohr   ...   Mrs. Higgins
Scott Sunderland   ...   Col. Pickering
Jean Cadell   ...   Mrs. Pearce
David Tree   ...   Freddy
Everley Gregg   ...   Mrs. Eynsford Hill
Leueen MacGrath   ...   Clara
Esme Percy   ...   Count Aristid Karpathy
Violet Vanbrugh   ...   Ambassadress
Iris Hoey   ...   Ysabel, Social Reporter
Viola Tree   ...   Perfide, Social Reporter
Irene Brown   ...   Duchess
Kate Cutler   ...   Grand Old Lady
Kathleen Nesbitt   ...   A Lady
O. B. Clarence   ...   A Vicar
Wally Patch   ...   First Bystander
H. F. Maltby   ...   Second Bystander
George Mozart   ...   Third Bystander
Ivor Barnard   ...   Sarcastic Bystander
Cecil Trouncer   ...   First Policeman
Stephen Murray   ...   Second Policeman
Eileen Beldon   ...   Mrs. Higgins' Parlourmaid
Frank Atkinson   ...   Taxi-Driver

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