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Great Catherine (29-Nov-1968)

Director: Gordon Flemyng

Writer: Hugh Leonard

From a play: Great Catherine Whom Glory Still Adores by George Bernard Shaw

Music Composed and Conducted by: Dimitri Tiomkin

Producer: Jules Buck

Keywords: Comedy, Russian Royalty

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jack Hawkins
Actor
14-Sep-1910 18-Jul-1973 Land of the Pharaohs
Jeanne Moreau
Actor
23-Jan-1928   Jules et Jim
Zero Mostel
Actor
28-Feb-1915 8-Sep-1977 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Peter O'Toole
Actor
2-Aug-1932 14-Dec-2013 Lawrence of Arabia
Akim Tamiroff
Actor
29-Oct-1899 17-Sep-1972 For Whom the Bell Tolls

CAST

Peter O'Toole   ...   Capt. Edstaston
Zero Mostel   ...   Potemkin
Jeanne Moreau   ...   Catherine
Jack Hawkins   ...   The British Ambassador
Co-Starring
Akim Tamiroff   ...   Sergeant
Marie Lohr   ...   Dowager Lady Gorse
Marie Kean   ...   Princess Dashkoff
Kenneth Griffith   ...   Naryshkin
Angela Scoular   ...   Claire
Kate O'Mara   ...   Varinka
and
Gerald Lawson   ...   [Unknown role]
Lea Seidl   ...   Grand Duchess
Oliver MacGreevy   ...   Gen. Pskov
Norma Foster   ...   [Unknown role]
James Mellor   ...   Col. Pugachov
Claire Gordon   ...   Elizabeth Vokonska
Declan Mulholland   ...   Count Tokhtamysh
Janet Kelly   ...   Anna Schuvalova
Henry Woolf   ...   Egrebyomka
Catherine Lancaster   ...   Sophia
Alfred Ravel   ...   Glazier
Gordon Rollings   ...   Glazier
with
Scobie   ...   The Ambassador's Dog

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