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The Cherry Orchard (13-Nov-1999)

Director: Michael Cacoyannis

Writer: Michael Cacoyannis

From a play: The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov

Music by: Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Producer: Michael Cacoyannis

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alan Bates
Actor
17-Feb-1934 27-Dec-2003 Basil in Zorba the Greek
Xander Berkeley
Actor
6-Dec-1958   Air Force One
Gerard Butler
Actor
13-Nov-1969   Dracula 2000
Katrin Cartlidge
Actor
15-May-1961 7-Sep-2002 Claire Dolan
Michael Gough
Actor
23-Nov-1917 17-Mar-2011 Alfred in Batman films
Melanie Lynskey
Actor
16-May-1977   Heavenly Creatures
Ian McNeice
Actor
2-Oct-1950   Bert Large on Doc Martin
Charlotte Rampling
Actor
5-Feb-1945   The Verdict

CAST

Charlotte Rampling   ...   Lyubov Andreyevna (Ranyevskaya)
Alan Bates   ...   Gayev (Leonid Andreyevich)
Katrin Cartlidge   ...   Varya (Varvara Mihailovna)
Owen Teale   ...   Lopahin (Yermolai Alexeyevich)
Tushka Bergen   ...   Anya
Xander Berkeley   ...   Epihodov
Gerard Butler   ...   Yasha
Andrew Howard   ...   Trofimov (Pyotr Sergeyevich)
Melanie Lynskey   ...   Dunyasha
Ian McNeice   ...   Pishchik (Semyon Semyonovich)
with
Frances de la Tour   ...   Charlotte Ivanovna
Michael Gough   ...   Feers
Simeon Victorov   ...   Doridanov
Itzhak Finzi   ...   Stranger
and
Ivan Pangelov   ...   French Priest
Ivan Grigoriev   ...   Yevstigney
Margarita Kemalova   ...   Yasha's Mother
Yuli Toshev   ...   Auctioneer
Todor Gheorghiev   ...   First Bidder
Vassili Trayanov   ...   Lopahin's Friend

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