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Tamahine (30-Jul-1963)

Director: Philip Leacock

Writer: Denis Cannan

From novel by: Thelma Nicklaus

Music Composed and Conducted by: Malcolm Arnold

Producer: John Bryan

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Coral Browne
Actor
23-Jul-1913 29-May-1991 The Killing of Sister George
James Fox
Actor
19-May-1939   A Passage to India
Michael Gough
Actor
23-Nov-1917 17-Mar-2011 Alfred in Batman films
Nancy Kwan
Actor
19-May-1939   The World of Suzie Wong
Howard Marion-Crawford
Actor
17-Jan-1914 24-Nov-1969 Dr. Watson on Sherlock Holmes
Derek Nimmo
Actor
19-Sep-1930 24-Feb-1999 All Gas and Gaiters
Dennis Price
Actor
23-Jun-1915 6-Oct-1973 The World of Wooster

CAST

Nancy Kwan   ...   Tamahine
John Fraser   ...   Richard
Dennis Price   ...   Poole
with
Coral Browne   ...   Mme. Becque
Dick Bentley   ...   Storekeeper
Derek Nimmo   ...   Clove
Justine Lord   ...   Diana
Michael Gough   ...   Cartwright
James Fox   ...   Oliver
Allan Cuthbertson   ...   Housemaster
Noel Hood   ...   Mrs. MacFarlane
Derek Fowlds   ...   Bash
Robin Stewart   ...   Fiend
Viola Keats   ...   Mrs. Spruce
Howard Marion-Crawford   ...   Maj. Spruce
Lally Bowers   ...   Mrs. Cartwright
Max Kirby   ...   Mr. O'Shaugnessy
Joan Benham   ...   Mrs. O'Shaugnessy
William Mervyn   ...   Lord Birchester
Ian Fleming   ...   Manservant
Barbara Cavan   ...   Nun
Bee Duffell   ...   Nun

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