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The Traitor (Mar-1957)

Director: Michael McCarthy

Writer: Michael McCarthy

Music Written and Conducted by: Jackie Brown

Producer: E. J. Fancey

Keywords: Drama, WWII, Espionage

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Bray
Actor
13-Oct-1917 7-Mar-1983 Corey Stuart on Lassie
Rupert Davies
Actor
22-May-1916 22-Nov-1976 Inspector Maigret
Anton Diffring
Actor
20-Oct-1918 20-May-1989 Where Eagles Dare
Christopher Lee
Actor
27-May-1922   The Face of Fu Manchu
Karel Stepanek
Actor
29-Oct-1899 25-Dec-1980 Czech-English actor, played Germans
Donald Wolfit
Actor
20-Apr-1902 17-Feb-1968 Svengali

CAST

Donald Wolfit   ...   Col. Price
Robert Bray   ...   Maj. Shane
Jane Griffiths   ...   Vicki Toller
Starring
Anton Diffring   ...   Joseph Brezina
Carl Jaffe   ...   Stefan Toller
Karel Stepanek   ...   Friederich Suderman
Oscar Quitak   ...   Thomas Rilke
Christopher Lee   ...   Dr. Neumann
Frederick Schiller   ...   Alfred Baum
Rupert Davies   ...   Clinton
John Van Eyssen   ...   Lt. Grant
Colin Croft   ...   Theodore Dehmel
with
Dennis Edwards   ...   Supporting Cast
Fletcher Lightfoot   ...   Supporting Cast
Marie Lightfoot   ...   Supporting Cast
Bernard Quinn   ...   Supporting Cast
John Herrington   ...   Supporting Cast
George Herbert   ...   Supporting Cast
Frederick Schrecker   ...   Supporting Cast
Reginald Atkinson   ...   Supporting Cast
Ann Greenland   ...   Supporting Cast
Rex Montgomery   ...   Supporting Cast

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