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Woman of Straw (27-Aug-1964)

Director: Basil Dearden

Writers: Robert Muller; Stanley Mann

From novel: Woman of Straw by Catherine Arley

Producer: Michael Relph

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sean Connery
Actor
25-Aug-1930   James Bond
Alexander Knox
Actor
16-Jan-1907 25-Apr-1995 Wilson
Gina Lollobrigida
Actor
4-Jul-1927   Beautiful but dangerous
Ralph Richardson
Actor
19-Dec-1902 10-Oct-1983 Things To Come

CAST

Gina Lollobrigida   ...   Maria Marcello
Sean Connery   ...   Anthony Richmond
Ralph Richardson   ...   Charles Richmond
Also Starring
Alexander Knox   ...   Lomer
Johnny Sekka   ...   Thomas
with
Laurence Hardy   ...   Baines
Peter Madden   ...   Yacht Captain
Danny Daniels   ...   Fenton
Noel Howlett   ...   Solicitor

REVIEWS

Review by walter (posted on 5-Sep-2005)

I watched this film first time more than 20 years ago. I was very much impressed. It's a great film, a great thriller! Basil Dearden directed masterfully, Sean Connery is fine and very handsome. Ralph Richardson gives a lesson of acting and Gina Lollobrìgida shows she is a great actress, Lollobrìgida has talent, she is muhc involved as Marìa, her acting is sincere and very imaginative. This enjoyable movie proves Gina was infinitely better than ugly Sofìa. Also Gina was so beautiful and glamorous. I love this film and it is inmensely enjoyable, highly recommended!


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