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Sin of Esther Waters (28-Sep-1948)

Original Title: Esther Waters

Directors: Ian Dalrymple; Peter Proud

Writers: Michael Gordon; William Rose; Gerard Tyrell

From novel: Esther Waters by George Moore

Musical Score Composed by: Dr. Gordon Jacob

Producers: Ian Dalrymple; Peter Proud

Keywords: Drama, Horse Racing

An unwed mother must raise a child in poverty and as her life starts to improve, the child's father returns to her life. Bogarde's first starring role. Costume drama which is on the slow side, with some very good horse racing scenes shot at Epsom Downs towards the end.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dirk Bogarde
Actor
28-Mar-1921 8-May-1999 A Bridge Too Far
Cyril Cusack
Actor
26-Nov-1910 7-Oct-1993 Gone to Earth
Kathleen Ryan
Actor
8-Dec-1922 11-Nov-1985 The Sound of Fury

CAST

Kathleen Ryan   ...   Esther
Dirk Bogarde   ...   William Latch
with
Cyril Cusack   ...   Fred
Ivor Barnard   ...   Randal
Fay Compton   ...   Mrs. Barfield
Mary Clare   ...   Mrs. Latch
and
Morland Graham   ...   Ketley
George Hayes   ...   Journeyman
Margaret Diamond   ...   Sarah
Pauline Jameson   ...   Hospital Nurse
Shelagh Fraser   ...   Margaret
Margaret Withers   ...   Grover
Julian d'Albie   ...   Squire Barfield
Nuna Davey   ...   Matron
Beryl Measor   ...   Mrs. Spires
Barbara Shaw   ...   Mistress
Archie Harradine   ...   Singer
Duncan Lewis   ...   Butcher
and
A. Parker   ...   Fred Archer
F. Lane   ...   Webb
Billy Rees   ...   The Demon

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