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Ladies in Lavender (17-Sep-2004)

Director: Charles Dance

Writer: Charles Dance

From short story: Ladies in Lavender by William J. Locke

Music by: Nigel Hess

Producers: Nicolas Brown; Elizabeth Karlsen; Nik Powell

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Daniel Brühl
Actor
16-Jun-1978   Inglourious Basterds
Judi Dench
Actor
9-Dec-1934   Mrs. Brown
Freddie Jones
Actor
12-Sep-1927   The Caesars
Toby Jones
Actor
7-Sep-1967   Voice of Dobby the Elf
Miriam Margolyes
Actor
18-May-1941   The Age of Innocence
Natascha McElhone
Actor
14-Dec-1971   The Truman Show
Maggie Smith
Actor
28-Dec-1934   Prof. McGonagall in Harry Potter
David Warner
Actor
29-Jul-1941   The Omen

CAST

Judi Dench   ...   Ursula
Maggie Smith   ...   Janet
Daniel Brühl   ...   Andrea
Freddie Jones   ...   Jan Pendered
Gregor Henderson-Begg   ...   Luke Pendered
Miriam Margolyes   ...   Dorcas
David Warner   ...   Dr. Mead
Clive Russell   ...   Adam Penruddocke
Richard Pears   ...   Barry
Natascha McElhone   ...   Olga
Ian Marshall   ...   Fisherman
Toby Jones   ...   Hedley
Trevor Ray   ...   Very Old Man #1
John Boswall   ...   Very Old Man #2
Joanna Dickens   ...   Mrs. Pendered
Geoffrey Bayldon   ...   Mr. Penhaligan
Timothy Bateson   ...   Mr. Hallett
Rebecca Hulbert   ...   Fiancée
Finty Williams   ...   Pretty Local Girl
Roger Booth   ...   Arthur
Jimmy Yuill   ...   Constable Timmins
Peter Cellier   ...   BBC Announcer
Alan Cox   ...   Obsequious Man

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