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Kim (16-May-1984)

Director: John Davies

Writer: James Brabazon

From novel: Kim by Rudyard Kipling

Music by: Marc Wilkinson

Producer: David Conroy

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bryan Brown
23-Jun-1947   Cocktail
Julian Glover
27-Mar-1935   For Your Eyes Only
Raj Kapoor
14-Dec-1924 2-Jun-1988 Top 20th Century Hindi megastar
Peter O'Toole
2-Aug-1932 15-Dec-2013 Lawrence of Arabia
John Rhys-Davies
5-May-1944   Gimli the dwarf in Lord of the Rings


Peter O'Toole   ...   Lama
Bryan Brown   ...   Mahbub Ali
John Rhys-Davies   ...   Babu
And Introducing
Ravi Sheth   ...   Kim
Julian Glover   ...   Col. Creighton
Lee Montague   ...   Kozelski
Alfred Burke   ...   Lurgan
Mick Ford   ...   Cpl. Bruce
Bill Leadbitter   ...   Gorin
Sneh Gupta   ...   Indra
Roger Booth   ...   Fr. Victor
Peter Childs   ...   Company Sergeant Major
Noel Coleman   ...   Commander-in-Chief
Nadira   ...   Widow of Kulu
Lavlin   ...   Shahana
Jalal Agha   ...   Rajah of Bunar
Sean Scanlan   ...   Sergeant Major
Prentis Hancock   ...   Grogan
Phunsok Ladhakhi   ...   Aruk
Keith Stevenson   ...   Mohammed
Brian Badcoe   ...   School Teacher
Nigel Lea-Jones   ...   Monk
Ashiek Madhvani   ...   Boy
Raj Kapoor   ...   Policeman
Aamir Raza Husain   ...   Rajah of Hilas
Salim Ghouse   ...   E23
Sagarika Ghosh   ...   Village Girl
Benita Stevenson   ...   Flower of Delight
Reenie Kaur   ...   Market Woman
John Castle   ...   Narrator (voice)


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