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Lord of the Flies (13-Aug-1963)

Director: Peter Brook

Writer: Peter Brook

From novel: Lord of the Flies by William Golding

Music by: Raymond Leppard

Producer: Lewis Allen

Keywords: Drama

Schoolboys airlifted from the British Isles during WWII find themselves marooned without adult supervision on an uninhabited island; the boys splinter into two groups and revert to their base nature. Faithful to the Golding's novel, excellent performances by nonprofessional actors. Remade as Lord of the Flies (1990).

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Aubrey
28-Aug-1947 6-Apr-2010 Lord of the Flies
Nicholas Hammond
15-May-1950   The Sound of Music


James Aubrey   ...   Ralph
Tom Chapin   ...   Jack
Hugh Edwards   ...   Piggy
Roger Elwin   ...   Roger
Tom Gaman   ...   Simon
Roger Allan   ...   Piers
David Brunjes   ...   Donald
Peter Davy   ...   Peter
Kent Fletcher   ...   Percival
Nicholas Hammond   ...   Robert
Christopher Harris   ...   Bill
Alan Heaps   ...   Neville
Jonathan Heaps   ...   Howard
Burnes Hollyman   ...   Douglas
Andrew Horne   ...   Matthew
Richard Horne   ...   Lance
Timothy Horne   ...   Leslie
Peter Ksiezopolski   ...   Francis
Anthony McCall-Judson   ...   Morris
Malcolm Rodker   ...   Harold
David St. Clair   ...   George
Rene Sanfiorenzo, Jr.   ...   Charles
Jeremy Scuse   ...   Rowland
John Stableford   ...   Digby
The Surtees Twins   ...   Sam and Eric
Nicholas Valkenburg   ...   Rupert
Patrick Valkenburg   ...   Robin
Edward Valencia   ...   Frederick
John Walsh   ...   Michael
David Walsh   ...   Percy
Jeremy Willis   ...   Henry


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