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The Bostonians (May-1984)

Director: James Ivory

Writer: Ruth Prawer Jhabvala

From novel: The Bostonians by Henry James

Music: Richard Robbins

Producer: Ismail Merchant

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Wesley Addy
Actor
4-Aug-1913 31-Dec-1996 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Linda Hunt
Actor
2-Apr-1945   The Year of Living Dangerously
Nancy Marchand
Actor
19-Jun-1928 18-Jun-2000 Mrs. Pynchon on Lou Grant
Vanessa Redgrave
Actor
30-Jan-1937   Julia
Christopher Reeve
Actor
25-Sep-1952 10-Oct-2004 Superman
Wallace Shawn
Actor
12-Nov-1943   Ate dinner with Andre
Jessica Tandy
Actor
7-Jun-1909 11-Sep-1994 Driving Miss Daisy

CAST

starring
Christopher Reeve   ...   Basil Ransome
Vanessa Redgrave   ...   Olive Chancellor
Jessica Tandy   ...   Miss Birdseye
Madeleine Potter   ...   Verena Tarrant
Nancy Marchand   ...   Mrs. Burrage
Wesley Addy   ...   Dr. Tarrant
Barbara Bryne   ...   Mrs. Tarrant
Linda Hunt   ...   Dr. Prance
Charles McCaughan   ...   Music Hall Policeman
Nancy New   ...   Adeline
Jon Van Ness Philip   ...   Henry Burrage
Wallace Shawn   ...   Mr. Pardon
also featuring
Peter Bogyo   ...   Mr. Gracie
Martha Farrar   ...   Mrs. Farrinder
Dusty Maxwell   ...   Newton
J. Lee Morgan   ...   Music Hall Official
De French   ...   Patient
Maura Moynihan   ...   Henrietta Stackpole
June Mitchell   ...   Maid
Lee Doyle   ...   Mr. Filer
Janet Cicchese   ...   Irish Washerwoman
Scott Kradolfer   ...   Tough Boy
Jane Manners   ...   Maid

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