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The Citadel (3-Nov-1938)

Director: King Vidor

Writers: Ian Dalrymple; Frank Wead; Elizabeth Hilll; Emlyn Williams

From novel: The Citadel by A .J. Cronin

Musical Score: Louis Levy

Producer: Victor Saville

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Felix Aylmer
Actor
21-Feb-1889 2-Sep-1979 Henry V
Robert Donat
Actor
18-Mar-1905 9-Jun-1958 Goodbye, Mr. Chips
Rex Harrison
Actor
5-Mar-1908 2-Jun-1990 My Fair Lady
Cecil Parker
Actor
3-Sep-1897 20-Apr-1971 The Ladykillers
Ralph Richardson
Actor
19-Dec-1902 10-Oct-1983 Things To Come
Rosalind Russell
Actor
4-Jun-1907 28-Nov-1976 Auntie Mame
Francis L. Sullivan
Actor
6-Jan-1903 19-Nov-1956 Great Expectations
Nora Swinburne
Actor
24-Jul-1902 1-May-2000 British character actress
Emlyn Williams
Playwright
26-Nov-1905 25-Sep-1987 Night Must Fall

CAST

Robert Donat   ...   Andrew
Rosalind Russell   ...   Christine
with
Ralph Richardson   ...   Denny
Rex Harrison   ...   Dr. Lawford
Emlyn Williams   ...   Owen
Penelope Dudley Ward   ...   Toppy LeRoy
Francis L. Sullivan   ...   Ben Chenkin
Mary Clare   ...   Mrs. Orlando
Cecil Parker   ...   Charles Every
Nora Swinburne   ...   Mrs. Thornton
Edward Chapman   ...   Joe Morgan
Athene Seyler   ...   Lady Raebank
Felix Aylmer   ...   Mr. Boon
Joyce Bland   ...   Nurse Sharp
Percy Parsons   ...   Mr. Stillman
Dilys Davies   ...   Mrs. Page
Basil Gill   ...   Dr. Page
Joss Ambler   ...   Dr. A. H. Llewellyn

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