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American Friends (22-Mar-1991)

Director: Tristram Powell

Writers: Michael Palin; Tristram Powell

Music by: Georges Delerue

Producers: Patrick Cassavetti; Steve Abbott

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Trini Alvarado
Actor
10-Jan-1967   Little Women
Alun Armstrong
Actor
17-Jul-1946   Brian Lane on New Tricks
Connie Booth
Actor
1944   Polly Shearman on Fawlty Towers
Simon Jones
Actor
27-Jul-1950   Arthur Dent on radio Hitchhiker's Guide
Alfred Molina
Actor
24-May-1953   Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 2
Michael Palin
Comic
5-May-1943   Monty Python

CAST

Michael Palin   ...   Rev. Francis Ashby
Trini Alvarado   ...   Miss Elinor Hartley
Connie Booth   ...   Miss Caroline Hartley
and
Alfred Molina   ...   Oliver Syme
Alun Armstrong   ...   Dr. Weeks
David Calder   ...   Pollitt
Robert Eddison   ...   Rushden -- The President
Jimmy Jewel   ...   Ashby Senior
Simon Jones   ...   Anderson
Bryan Pringle   ...   Haskell
Sheila Reid   ...   Mrs. Weeks
Fred Pearson   ...   Hapgood
Susan Denaker   ...   Mrs. Cantrell
Jonathan Firth   ...   Cable
Ian Dunn   ...   Gowers
Charles McKeown   ...   Maynard
Roger Lloyd Pack   ...   Dr. Butler
John Nettleton   ...   Groves
Edward Rawle-Hicks   ...   John Weeks
Markus Gehrig   ...   Swiss Guide
Jo Stone-Fewings   ...   Undergraduate "King Lear"
Wensley Pithey   ...   Cave
Arthur Howard   ...   Voe
Charles Simon   ...   Canon Harper

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