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Morgan! (4-Apr-1966)

Original Title: Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment

Director: Karel Reisz

Writer: David Mercer

Music by: John Dankworth

Producer: Leon Clore

Keywords: Dark Comedy

Morgan Delt and his wife Leonie have just divorced; he sets about minor (and not-so-minor) acts of sabotage and annoyance in an effort to get her back. Produced at the height of the idea of "Swinging London", everyone loved this film in 1966; it comes across as highly dated material today. Received Oscar nominations for Best Actress and Best Costume Design.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Irene Handl
Actor
27-Dec-1901 29-Nov-1987 Matronly British character actor
Vanessa Redgrave
Actor
30-Jan-1937   Julia
Robert Stephens
Actor
14-Jul-1931 12-Nov-1995 The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes
David Warner
Actor
29-Jul-1941   The Omen

CAST

Vanessa Redgrave   ...   Leonie
David Warner   ...   Morgan
Also Starring
Robert Stephens   ...   Napier
Irene Handl   ...   Mrs. Delt
Bernard Bresslaw   ...   Policeman
Arthur Mullard   ...   Wally
Newton Blick   ...   Mr. Henderson
Nan Munro   ...   Mrs. Henderson
Peter Collingwood   ...   Geoffrey
Graham Crowden   ...   Counsel
John Garrie   ...   Tipstaff
John Rae   ...   Judge
Angus MacKay   ...   Best Man
Mavis Edwards   ...   Maid
Peter Cellier   ...   Second Counsel
Robert Bridges   ...   Ticket Collector

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