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The File of the Golden Goose (Jun-1969)

Director: Sam Wanamaker

Writers: John C. Higgins; Robert E. Kent (as "James B. Gordon")

Music Composed by: Harry Robinson

Producer: David E. Rose

Keywords: Crime, Counterfeiting

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Yul Brynner
Actor
11-Jul-1920 10-Oct-1985 The King and I
Adrienne Corri
Actor
13-Nov-1931   A Clockwork Orange
Walter Gotell
Actor
15-Mar-1924 5-May-1997 Gen. Gogol in James Bond films
Charles Gray
Actor
29-Aug-1928 7-Mar-2000 Ernst Stavro Blofeld
Hugh McDermott
Actor
20-Mar-1906 29-Jan-1972 The Seventh Veil
Karel Stepanek
Actor
29-Oct-1899 25-Dec-1980 Czech-English actor, played Germans
Edward Woodward
Actor
1-Jun-1930 16-Nov-2009 The Equalizer

CAST

Yul Brynner   ...   Peter Novak
Charles Gray   ...   The Owl
Edward Woodward   ...   Arthur Thompson
also starring
John Barrie   ...   Supt. Sloane
Adrienne Corri   ...   Angela Richmond
with
Graham Crowden   ...   Smythe
Walter Gotell   ...   George Leeds
Anthony Jacobs   ...   Firenos
Ivor Dean   ...   Reynolds
Hugh McDermott   ...   Ray Moss
Hilary Dwyer   ...   Ann Marlowe
Ken Jones   ...   Stroud
Karel Stepanek   ...   Mueller
Bernard Archard   ...   Collins
Geoffrey Reed   ...   Martin
Arnold Diamond   ...   Pollard
Joe Cornelius   ...   Grodie
Paddy Webster   ...   Mary
Denis Shaw   ...   Vance
Janet Rossini   ...   Debbie
Anita Prynne   ...   Genevieve
Philip Ross   ...   Carter
Philip Anthony   ...   Technician
Larry Taylor   ...   Thug

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