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The Picture of Dorian Gray (1-Mar-1945)

Director: Albert Lewin

Writer: Albert Lewin

From novel: The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde

Musical Score: Herbert Stothart

Producer: Pandro S. Berman

Keywords: Fantasy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mary Forbes
Actor
30-Dec-1879 22-Jul-1974 Character actress
Lowell Gilmore
Actor
20-Dec-1906 31-Jan-1960 King Solomon's Mines
Robert Greig
Actor
27-Dec-1879 27-Jun-1958 Sullivan's Travels
Hurd Hatfield
Actor
7-Dec-1917 26-Dec-1998 The Picture of Dorian Gray
Angela Lansbury
Actor
16-Oct-1925   Murder She Wrote
Peter Lawford
Actor
7-Sep-1923 24-Dec-1984 Rat Pack member
Miles Mander
Actor
14-May-1888 8-Feb-1946 The Three Musketeers
Donna Reed
Actor
27-Jan-1921 14-Jan-1986 The Donna Reed Show
George Sanders
Actor
3-Jul-1906 25-Apr-1972 The Saint Strikes Back

CAST

with
George Sanders   ...   Lord Henry Wotton
Hurd Hatfield   ...   Dorian Gray
Donna Reed   ...   Gladys Hallward
Angela Lansbury   ...   Sibyl Vane
Peter Lawford   ...   David Stone
Lowell Gilmore   ...   Basil Hallward
Richard Fraser   ...   James Vane
Douglas Walton   ...   Allen Campbell
Morton Lowry   ...   Adrian Singleton
Miles Mander   ...   Sir Robert Bentley
Lydia Bilbrook   ...   Mrs. Vane
Mary Forbes   ...   Lady Agatha
Robert Greig   ...   Sir Thomas
Moyna MacGill   ...   Duchess
Billy Bevan   ...   Malvolio Jones, Chairman
Renie Carson   ...   Young French Woman
Lillian Bond   ...   Kate
Devi Dja   ...   Herself
and her Balinese Dancers   ...   Dancers

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