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The Wicker Tree (2010)

Director: Robin Hardy

Writer: Robin Hardy

From novel: Cowboys for Christ by Robin Hardy

Music Composed and Conducted by: John Scott

Producers: Peter Snell; Peter Watson-Wood

Keywords: Horror, Mystery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Christopher Lee
27-May-1922 7-Jun-2015 The Face of Fu Manchu
Honeysuckle Weeks
1-Aug-1979   Samantha Stewart on Foyle's War


Graham McTavish   ...   Sir Lachlan Morrison
Jacqueline Leonard   ...   Lady Delia Morrison
Henry Garrett   ...   Steve Thomson
Honeysuckle Weeks   ...   Lolly
Clive Russell   ...   Beame
Prue Clarke   ...   Mary Hellier
Lesley Mackie   ...   Daisy
David Plimmer   ...   Jack
Christopher Lee   ...   Old Gentleman
Brittania Nicol   ...   Beth Boothby
James Mapes   ...   Rev. Moriarty
Bill Murdoch   ...   Rev. McLeod
Kirstin Murray   ...   Celebrity Interviewer
Christopher Fosh   ...   Trailer Trash Video Dancer
Graham Wadsworth   ...   Trailer Trash Video Dancer
Iain Stuart Robertson   ...   Peter McNeil
Ailidh Mackay   ...   Anthea
Alessandro Conetta   ...   Orlando
John Paul McGilvray   ...   Danny
Keith Easdale   ...   Town Band
Stuart Glasgow   ...   Town Band
Keith Warwick   ...   Donald Dee
Scott Hoatson   ...   Carl
Mark Williams   ...   Paul
Keira McMillan   ...   Morag
St. Clair Leveaux   ...   Marion
Terry Wale   ...   Murdoch
Astrid Azurdia   ...   Patricia Gow
Hamish Wilson   ...   Magnus Tarrant
Alistair Maxwell   ...   Angus
Jarkko Lehmus   ...   Dancer
Ben Sullivan   ...   Young Lachlan


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