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Darling (Jul-1965)

Director: John Schlesinger

Writer: Frederic Raphael

Music Composed and Conducted by: John Dankworth

Producer: Joseph Janni

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dirk Bogarde
28-Mar-1921 8-May-1999 A Bridge Too Far
Julie Christie
14-Apr-1941   Darling
Roland Curram
1932   Darling
Laurence Harvey
1-Oct-1928 25-Nov-1973 Manchurian Candidate
José Luis de Villalonga
29-Jan-1920 30-Aug-2007 Breakfast at Tiffany's
Brian Wilde
13-Jun-1927 20-Mar-2008 Foggy on Last of the Summer Wine
Pauline Yates
16-Jun-1929   Harriet's Back in Town


Laurence Harvey   ...   Miles Brand
Dirk Bogarde   ...   Robert Gold
Julie Christie   ...   Diana Scott
Also Starring
Josť Luis de Villalonga   ...   Prince Cesare
Roland Curram   ...   Malcolm
Basil Henson   ...   Alec Prosser-Jones
Helen Lindsay   ...   Felicity Prosser-Jones
Carlo Palmucci   ...   Curzio della Romita
Dante Posani   ...   Gino
Umberto Raho   ...   Palucci
Marika Rivera   ...   Woman
Alex Scott   ...   Sean Martin
Ernest Walder   ...   Kurt
Brian Wilde   ...   Willett
Pauline Yates   ...   Estelle Gold
Peter Bayliss   ...   Lord Grant
Richard Bidlake   ...   Rupert Crabtree
Trevor Bowen   ...   Tony Bridges
Annette Carell   ...   Billie Castiglione
Jean Claudio   ...   Raoul Maxim
Georgina Cookson   ...   Carlotta Hale
James Cossins   ...   Basildon
Jane Downes   ...   Julie


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