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The Man in the Iron Mask (17-Jan-1977)

Director: Mike Newell

Writer: William Bast

From novel by: Alexandre Dumas père

Keywords: Action/Adventure, French Royalty

Made-for-TV movie.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jenny Agutter
Actor
20-Dec-1952   Jessica 6 in Logan's Run
Richard Chamberlain
Actor
31-Mar-1935   Dr. Kildare and Shogun
Ian Holm
Actor
12-Sep-1931   Time Bandits
Louis Jourdan
Actor
19-Jun-1919   Kamal in Octopussy
Esmond Knight
Actor
4-May-1906 23-Feb-1987 The River
Patrick McGoohan
Actor
19-Mar-1928 13-Jan-2009 Number Six on The Prisoner
Ralph Richardson
Actor
19-Dec-1902 10-Oct-1983 Things To Come

CAST

Richard Chamberlain   ...   King Louis XIV (Philippe)
Patrick McGoohan   ...   Fouquet
Louis Jourdan   ...   D'Artagnan
Jenny Agutter   ...   Louise de la Vallière
Ian Holm   ...   Duval
Ralph Richardson   ...   Colbert de Voliere
Vivien Merchant   ...   Queen Maria Theresa
Brenda Bruce   ...   Queen Anne of Austria
Esmond Knight   ...   Armand
Godfrey Quigley   ...   Baisemeaux
Emrys James   ...   Percerin
Denis Lawson   ...   Claude
Anne Zelda   ...   Henriette
Hugh Fraser   ...   Montfleury
Stacy Davis   ...   Blacksmith
John Cording   ...   Jailor
Terry Richards   ...   Thug
Max Amyl   ...   Andre
François Guillaume   ...   Ponceau
Pierre Marteville   ...   The King's Secretary
Jean Reney   ...   Majordomo

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