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Another Country (May-1984)

Director: Marek Kanievska

Writer: Julian Mitchell

From a play: Another Country by Julian Mitchell

Music by: Michael Storey

Producer: Alan Marshall

Keywords: Drama, Espionage, Gay, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Betsy Brantley
20-Sep-1955   Shock Treatment
Cary Elwes
26-Oct-1962   The Princess Bride
Rupert Everett
29-May-1959   My Best Friend's Wedding
Colin Firth
10-Sep-1960   Pride and Prejudice
Anna Massey
11-Aug-1937 3-Jul-2011 Peeping Tom
Rupert Wainwright
Film Director
30-Nov-1961   Stigmata


Rupert Everett   ...   Guy Bennett
Colin Firth   ...   Tommy Judd
Michael Jenn   ...   Barclay
Robert Addie   ...   Delahay
Rupert Wainwright   ...   Devenish
Tristan Oliver   ...   Fowler
Cary Elwes   ...   Harcourt
Frederick Alexander   ...   Menzies
Adrian Ross-Magenty   ...   Wharton
Geoffrey Bateman   ...   Yevgeni
Philip Dupuy   ...   Martineau
Guy Henry   ...   Head Boy
Jeffrey Wickham   ...   Arthur
John Line   ...   Best Man
Gideon Boulting   ...   Trafford
Llewellyn Rees   ...   Senior Chaplain
Arthur Howard   ...   Waiter
Ivor Roberts   ...   Chief Judge
Crispin Redman   ...   Prefect
Nick Rowe   ...   Spungin
Kathleen St. John   ...   Ivy
Martin Wenner   ...   Batsman 1
Christopher Milburn   ...   Batsman 2
Tristram Jellinek   ...   Nicholson
Tristram Wymark   ...   Henderson
Ralph Perry-Robinson   ...   Robbins
Anna Massey   ...   Imogen Bennett
Betsy Brantley   ...   Julie Schofield


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