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The Family Way (18-Dec-1966)

Directors: John Boulting; Roy Boulting

Writers: Bill Naughton; Ray Boulting; Jeffrey Dell

From a play: All in Good Time by Bill Naughton

Music Composed by: Paul McCartney

Producers: John Boulting; Roy Boulting

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Hywel Bennett
Actor
8-Apr-1944   James Shelley on Shelley
Murray Head
Musician
5-Mar-1946   One Night in Bangkok
Hayley Mills
Actor
18-Apr-1946   The Parent Trap
John Mills
Actor
22-Feb-1908 23-Apr-2005 Ryan's Daughter

CAST

Hayley Mills   ...   Jenny Piper
John Comer   ...   Leslie Piper
Hywel Bennett   ...   Arthur Fitton
John Mills   ...   Ezra Fitton
Marjorie Rhodes   ...   Lucy Fitton
Murray Head   ...   Geoffrey Fitton
Barry Foster   ...   Joe Thompson
Avril Angers   ...   Liz Piper
Wilfred Pickles   ...   Uncle Fred Piper
Liz Fraser   ...   Molly Thompson
Andrew Bradford   ...   Eddie
Thorley Walters   ...   The Vicar
Colin Gordon   ...   Mr. Hutton, the Travel Agent
Robin Parkinson   ...   Mr. Phillips, His Assistant
Lesley Daine   ...   Dora
Ruth Trouncer   ...   Marriage Guidance Counsellor
Harry Locke   ...   Mr. Stubbs, the Housing Officer
Maureen O'Reilly   ...   Miss Hunt, His Secretary
Michael Cadman   ...   Len
The Neighbours
Hazel Bainbridge   ...   Mrs. Bell
Ruth Gower   ...   Mrs. Pike
Diana Coupland   ...   Mrs. Ross
Fanny Carby   ...   Mrs. Stone
Helen Booth   ...   Mrs. Lee
Margaret Lacey   ...   Mrs. Harris

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