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Oscar Wilde (May-1960)

Director: Gregory Ratoff

Writer: Jo Eisinger

From a play: Oscar Wilde by Leslie Stokes and Cyril Stokes

Music Composed by: Kenneth V. Jones

Producers: Jo Eisinger; Gregory Ratoff

Keywords: Drama, Biography, Literature

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Phyllis Calvert
Actor
18-Feb-1915 8-Oct-2002 Madonna of the Seven Moons
Alexander Knox
Actor
16-Jan-1907 25-Apr-1995 Wilson
Robert Morley
Actor
26-May-1908 3-Jun-1992 Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?
John Neville
Actor
2-May-1925 19-Nov-2011 The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Dennis Price
Actor
23-Jun-1915 6-Oct-1973 The World of Wooster
Ralph Richardson
Actor
19-Dec-1902 10-Oct-1983 Things To Come

CAST

Robert Morley   ...   Oscar Wilde
Ralph Richardson   ...   Sir Edward Carson
Phyllis Calvert   ...   Constance Wilde
John Neville   ...   Lord Alfred Douglas
Also Starring
Dennis Price   ...   Robert Ross
Alexander Knox   ...   Sir Edgar Clarke
with
Edward Chapman   ...   Marquis of Queensberry
William Devlin   ...   Solicitor-General
Robert Harris   ...   Justice Henn Collins
Henry Oscar   ...   Justice Wills
Martin Benson   ...   George Alexander
And Introducing
Wilton Morley   ...   Cyril Wilde
Stephen Dartnell   ...   Cobble
Ronald Leigh-Hunt   ...   Lionel Johnson
Martin Boddy   ...   Insp. Richards
Leonard Sachs   ...   Richard Legalliene
Tom Chatto   ...   Clerk of Arraigns

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