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The Camp on Blood Island (15-Apr-1958)

Director: Val Guest

Writers: Jon Manchip White; Val Guest

Music Composed by: Gerard Schurmann

Producer: Anthony Hinds

Keywords: Drama, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Phil Brown
Actor
30-Apr-1916 9-Feb-2006 Uncle Owen in Star Wars
Michael Goodliffe
Actor
1-Oct-1914 20-Mar-1976 A Night to Remember
Edwin Richfield
Actor
11-Sep-1921 2-Aug-1990 Interpol Calling
Barbara Shelley
Actor
15-Aug-1933   Village of the Damned

CAST

Carl Mohner   ...   Dutch
Andre Morell   ...   Lambert
Edward Underdown   ...   Dawes
Walter Fitzgerald   ...   Beattie
Also Starring
Phil Brown   ...   Bellamy
Barbara Shelley   ...   Kate
and
Michael Goodliffe   ...   Anjou
with
Michael Gwynn   ...   Shields
Marne Maitland   ...   Sakamura
Ronald Radd   ...   Yamamitsu
Wolfe Morris   ...   Interpreter
Richard Wordsworth   ...   Keiller
Mary Merrall   ...   Helen
Michael Ripper   ...   Driver
Edwin Richfield   ...   Sergeant
Barry Lowe   ...   Betts
Max Butterfield   ...   Hallam
Lee Montague   ...   Jap Officer
Lillian Sottane   ...   Mala
Peter Wayn   ...   Thornton
Jack McNaughton   ...   First Prisoner
Michael Brill   ...   Davis
Jan Holden   ...   Nurse
Betty Cooper   ...   Woman Prisoner
Anne Ridler   ...   Woman Prisoner
Barbara Lee   ...   Woman Prisoner
Grace Denbigh-Russell   ...   Woman Prisoner
Jacqueline Curtiss   ...   Sick Prisoner

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