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Dreaming of Joseph Lees (29-Oct-1999)

Director: Eric Styles

Writer: Catherine Linstrum

Music by: Zbigniew Preisner

Producer: Christopher Milburn

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Coming of Age

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Doug Davidson
Actor
24-Oct-1954   The Young and the Restless
Vernon Dobtcheff
Actor
14-Aug-1934   Priceless
Frank Finlay
Actor
6-Aug-1926   Othello
Rupert Graves
Actor
30-Jun-1963   Maurice
Miriam Margolyes
Actor
18-May-1941   The Age of Innocence
Samantha Morton
Actor
13-May-1977   Sweet and Lowdown

CAST

Samantha Morton   ...   Eva
Lee Ross   ...   Harry
Miriam Margolyes   ...   Signora Caldoni
Frank Finlay   ...   Father
Nick Woodeson   ...   Mr. Dian
Holly Aird   ...   Maria
and
Rupert Graves   ...   Joseph Lees
Felix Billson   ...   Robert
Lauren Richardson   ...   Janie
Vernon Dobtcheff   ...   Italian Doctor
Freddie Douglas   ...   Danny
Richie Tonge   ...   Nude Model
Harry Selby   ...   First Boxer
Juan Thomas   ...   Referee
Emma Cunniffe   ...   Red Haired Girl
Siān James   ...   Singer
Dyfan Jones   ...   Double Bass Player
Doug Davidson   ...   Saxophone Player
Terry Quayle   ...   Trombonist
Don Elliott   ...   Trumpet Player
Jim Caine   ...   Pianist
Peter Gardner   ...   Guitarist
Ken Ingham   ...   Drummer
Anthony Hannan   ...   Wedding Guest
Margaret John   ...   Aunt Margaret
Julian Simmonds   ...   Second Boxer

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