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HMS Defiant (6-Aug-1962)

Director: Lewis Gilbert

Writers: Nigel Kneale; Edmund H. North

From novel: Mutiny by Frank Tilsley

Music Composed by: Clifton Parker

Producer: John Brabourne

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Mutiny

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tom Bell
Actor
2-Aug-1933 4-Oct-2006 Prime Suspect
Dirk Bogarde
Actor
28-Mar-1921 8-May-1999 A Bridge Too Far
Alec Guinness
Actor
2-Apr-1914 5-Aug-2000 Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars
Anthony Quayle
Actor
7-Sep-1913 20-Oct-1989 Ice-Cold in Alex
Nigel Stock
Actor
21-Sep-1919 22-Jun-1986 Dr. Watson in BBC's Sherlock Holmes

CAST

Alec Guinness   ...   Capt. Crawford
Dirk Bogarde   ...   Lt. Scott-Padget
Anthony Quayle   ...   Vizard
with
Tom Bell   ...   Evans
Maurice Denham   ...   Mr. Goss (Ship's Surgeon)
Walter Fitzgerald   ...   Adm. Jackson
Victor Maddern   ...   Dawlish
Murray Melvin   ...   Wagstaffe
Nigel Stock   ...   Senior Midshipman Kilpatrick
Richard Carpenter   ...   Lt. Ponsonby
Peter Gill   ...   Lt. D'Arblay
David Robinson   ...   Harvey Crawford
Robin Stewart   ...   Pardoe
Ray Brooks   ...   Hayes
Peter Greenspan   ...   Johnson
Bryan Pringle   ...   Sgt. Kneebone
Johnny Briggs   ...   Wheatley
Brian Phelan   ...   Grimshaw
Toke Townley   ...   Silly Billy
Declan Mulholland   ...   Morrison
Joy Shelton   ...   Mrs. Crawford
Anthony Oliver   ...   Tavern Leader
Russell Napier   ...   Flag Captain
Michael Coles   ...   Flag Lieutenant
Andre Maranne   ...   Col. Giraud

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