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Behold a Pale Horse (14-Aug-1964)

Director: Fred Zinnemann

Writer: J. P. Miller

From novel: Killing a Mouse on Sunday by Emeric Pressburger

Music Composed and Conducted by: Maurice Jarre

Keywords: Drama, Spanish Civil War

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Claude Berri
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Mildred Dunnock
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Michael Lonsdale
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Gregory Peck
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Anthony Quinn
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Omar Sharif
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Gregory Peck   ...   Manuel Artiguez
Anthony Quinn   ...   Viñolas
Omar Sharif   ...   Francisco
Also Starring
Raymond Pellegrin   ...   Carlos
Paolo Stoppa   ...   Pedro
Mildred Dunnock   ...   Pilar
Daniela Rocca   ...   Rosana
Christian Marquand   ...   Zaganar
Marietto Angeletti   ...   Paco Dages
Perette Pradier   ...   Maria
Zia Mohyeddin   ...   Luis
Rosalie Crutchley   ...   Teresa
Mollie Urquhart   ...   Nurse
Jean-Paul Moulinot   ...   Fr. Esteban
Laurence Badie   ...   Supporting Cast
Martin Benson   ...   Supporting Cast
Jean-Claude Berck   ...   Supporting Cast
Claude Berri   ...   Supporting Cast
Claude Confortes   ...   Supporting Cast
Michael Lonsdale   ...   Supporting Cast
Alain Saury   ...   Supporting Cast
José Luis de Villalonga   ...   Supporting Cast
Elisabeth Wiener   ...   Supporting Cast


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