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Carve Her Name with Pride (8-Sep-1958)

Director: Lewis Gilbert

Writers: Vernon Harris; Lewis Gilbert

Based on a book: Carve Her Name with Pride‎ by R. J. Minney

Music Composed by: William Alwyn

Producer: Daniel M. Angel

Keywords: Drama, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Goodliffe
Actor
1-Oct-1914 20-Mar-1976 A Night to Remember
Virginia McKenna
Actor
7-Jun-1931   Born Free
Bill Owen
Actor
14-Mar-1914 12-Jul-1999 Last of the Summer Wine
Maurice Ronet
Actor
13-Apr-1927 14-Mar-1983 Elevator to the Gallows
Paul Scofield
Actor
21-Jan-1922 19-Mar-2008 A Man For All Seaons
Sydney Tafler
Actor
31-Jul-1916 8-Nov-1979 The Lavender Hill Mob
Billie Whitelaw
Actor
6-Jun-1932   The Krays

CAST

Virginia McKenna   ...   Violette Szabo
Paul Scofield   ...   Tony Fraser
Also Starring
Jack Warner   ...   Mr. Bushell
Denise Grey   ...   Mrs. Bushell
Maurice Ronet   ...   Jacques
section--With   ...  
Alain Saury   ...   Etienne Szabo
Avice Landone   ...   Vera Atkins
Anne Leon   ...   Lillian Rolfe
Nicole Stephane   ...   Denise Bloch
Bill Owen   ...   N.C.O. Instructor
Sydney Tafler   ...   Potter
Noel Willman   ...   Interrogator
Billie Whitelaw   ...   Winnie
William Mervyn   ...   Col. Buckmaster
Michael Goodliffe   ...   Coding Expert
Andre Maranne   ...   Garage Man
Harold Lang   ...   Commandant Suhren

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