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The Entertainer (3-Oct-1960)

Director: Tony Richardson

Writers: John Osborne; Nigel Kneale

From a play: The Entertainer by John Osborne

Music Composed and Conducted by: John Addison

Producer: Harry Saltzman

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alan Bates
Actor
17-Feb-1934 27-Dec-2003 Basil in Zorba the Greek
Shirley Anne Field
Actor
27-Jun-1938   My Beautiful Laundrette
Albert Finney
Actor
9-May-1936   Erin Brockovich
Charles Gray
Actor
29-Aug-1928 7-Mar-2000 Ernst Stavro Blofeld
Thora Hird
Actor
28-May-1911 15-Mar-2003 Talking Heads
Roger Livesey
Actor
25-Jun-1906 4-Feb-1976 The League of Gentlemen
Daniel Massey
Actor
10-Oct-1933 25-Mar-1998 Star!
Laurence Olivier
Actor
22-May-1907 11-Jul-1989 Shakespearean actor
Joan Plowright
Actor
28-Oct-1929   Enchanted April

CAST

Laurence Olivier   ...   Archie Rice
with
Brenda De Banzie   ...   Phoebe Rice
Roger Livesey   ...   Billy
and introducing
Joan Plowright   ...   Jean
Alan Bates   ...   Frank
Daniel Massey   ...   Graham
Albert Finney   ...   Mick Rice
Shirley Anne Field   ...   Tina
Thora Hird   ...   Mrs. Lapford
Miriam Karlin   ...   Soubrette
Geoffrey Toone   ...   Hubbard
McDonald Hobley   ...   Himself
Anthony Oliver   ...   Interviewer
Max Bacon   ...   Charlie Klein
George Doonan   ...   Eddie Trimmer
James Culliford   ...   Cobber Carson
Gilbert Davis   ...   Brother Bill
Charles Gray   ...   Columnist
Gwen Nelson   ...  
Hope Jackson   ...  

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