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The Viking Queen (1967)

Director: Don Chaffey

Writers: Clarke Reynolds; John Temple-Smith

Music Composed by: Gary Hughes

Producer: John Temple-Smith

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Adrienne Corri
Actor
13-Nov-1931   A Clockwork Orange
Percy Herbert
Actor
31-Jul-1920 6-Dec-1992 The Bridge on the River Kwai
Andrew Keir
Actor
3-Apr-1926 5-Oct-1997 Quatermass and the Pit
Wilfrid Lawson
Actor
14-Jan-1900 10-Oct-1966 Pygmalion
Niall MacGinnis
Actor
29-Mar-1913 6-Jan-1977 49th Parallel
Don Murray
Actor
31-Jul-1929   Sid Fairgate on Knots Landing
Patrick Troughton
Actor
25-Mar-1920 28-Mar-1987 The Second Doctor Who

CAST

Starring
Don Murray   ...   Justinian
And Introducing
Carita   ...   Salina, the Viking Queen
Also Starring
Donald Houston   ...   Maelgan
Andrew Keir   ...   Octavian
Niall MacGinnis   ...   Tiberion
and
Adrienne Corri   ...   Beatrice
with
Wilfrid Lawson   ...   The King
Percy Herbert   ...   Catus
Nicola Pagett   ...   Talia
Patrick Troughton   ...   Tristram
Sean Caffrey   ...   Fergus
Denis Shaw   ...   Osiris
Philip O'Flynn   ...   Merchant
Brendan Matthews   ...   Nigel
Gerry Alexander   ...   Fabian
Patrick Gardiner   ...   Benedict
Paul Murphy   ...   Dalon (Maelgan's Son)
Arthur O'Sullivan   ...   Old Man at Tax Enquiry
Cecil Sheridan   ...   Shopkeeper at Protest Gathering
Anna Manahan   ...   Shopkeeper's Wife
Nita Lorraine   ...   Nubian Girl-Slave

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