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The Password Is Courage (21-Dec-1962)

Director: Andrew L. Stone

Writer: Andrew L. Stone

Based on a book: Charles Coward: My Life is Yours by John Castle

Keywords: Drama, Comedy, WWII, Prisoner of War

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Reginald Beckwith
Actor
2-Nov-1908 26-Jun-1965 The Million Pound Note
Colin Blakely
Actor
23-Sep-1930 7-May-1987 The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes
Dirk Bogarde
Actor
28-Mar-1921 8-May-1999 A Bridge Too Far
Nigel Stock
Actor
21-Sep-1919 22-Jun-1986 Dr. Watson in BBC's Sherlock Holmes

CAST

Dirk Bogarde   ...   Sgt. Maj. Charles Coward
Also Starring
Maria Perschy   ...   Irena
Alfred Lynch   ...   Bill Pope
With
Nigel Stock   ...   Cole
Reginald Beckwith   ...   Unterofficer
Richard Marner   ...   Schmidt
Ed Devereaux   ...   Aussie
Lewis Fiander   ...   Pringle
George Mikell   ...   Necke
Richard Carpenter   ...   Robinson
Bernard Archard   ...   Supporting Cast
Ferdy Mayne   ...   Supporting Cast
George Pravda   ...   Supporting Cast
Olaf Pooley   ...   Supporting Cast
Michael Mellinger   ...   Supporting Cast
Colin Blakely   ...   Supporting Cast
Margaret Whiting   ...   Supporting Cast
Mark Eden   ...   Supporting Cast
Douglas Livingstone   ...   Supporting Cast
John Gardiner   ...   Supporting Cast
Howard Pays   ...   Supporting Cast
Tommy Elliott   ...   Supporting Cast
Bernard Proctor   ...   Supporting Cast
Philo Hauser   ...   Supporting Cast

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