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The Gentle Sex (15-Apr-1943)

Director: Leslie Howard

Writers: Moie Charles; Aimee Stuart; Doris Langley Moore

Music Written by: John Greenwood

Producer: Derrick de Marney

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joan Greenwood
Actor
4-Mar-1921 27-Feb-1987 The Importance of Being Earnest
Jimmy Hanley
Actor
22-Oct-1918 13-Jan-1970 Jim's Inn
Leslie Howard
Actor
3-Apr-1893 1-Jun-1943 Pygmalion
John Justin
Actor
24-Nov-1917 29-Nov-2002 The Thief of Bagdad
John Laurie
Actor
25-Mar-1897 23-Jun-1980 Pvt. James Frazer on Dad's Army
Lilli Palmer
Actor
24-May-1914 27-Jan-1986 The Four Poster

CAST

7 of the Gentle Sex Played by
Joan Gates   ...   Gwen Hayden
Jean Gillie   ...   Dot Hopkins
Joan Greenwood   ...   Betty Miller
Joyce Howard   ...   Anne Lawrence
Rosamund John   ...   Maggie Fraser
Lilli Palmer   ...   Erna Debruski
Barbara Waring   ...   Joan Simpson
Other Characters
John Justin   ...   Flying Officer David Sheridan
and
Mary Jerrold   ...   Mrs. Sheridan
John Laurie   ...   Scots Corporal
Elliot Mason   ...   Mrs. Fraser
Harry Welchman   ...   Capt. Ferrier
Miles Malleson   ...   Guard
Jimmy Hanley   ...   1st Soldier
Meriel Forbes   ...   Junior Cmdr. Davis
Rosalyn Boulter   ...   Telephonist
Anthony Bazell   ...   Ted
Frederick Leister   ...   Col. Lawrence
Everley Gregg   ...   Miss Simpson
Noreen Craven   ...   Convoy Sergeant
Frederich Peisley   ...   2nd Soldier
Ronnie Shiner   ...   Racegoer

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