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Never Let Me Go (1-May-1953)

Director: Delmer Daves

Writers: Ronald Millar; George Froeschel

From novel: Came the Dawn by Roger Bax

Music Composed and Conducted by: Hans May

Producer: Clarence Brown

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Theodore Bikel
Actor
2-May-1924   The Defiant Ones
Clark Gable
Actor
1-Feb-1901 16-Nov-1960 Gone With the Wind
Richard Haydn
Actor
10-Mar-1905 25-Apr-1985 The Sound of Music
Peter Illing
Actor
4-Mar-1899 29-Oct-1966 Against the Wind
Bernard Miles
Actor
27-Sep-1907 14-Jun-1991 Founder of the Mermaid Theatre, London
Kenneth More
Actor
20-Sep-1914 12-Jul-1982 The Admirable Crichton
Karel Stepanek
Actor
29-Oct-1899 25-Dec-1980 Czech-English actor, played Germans
Gene Tierney
Actor
19-Nov-1920 6-Nov-1991 Laura

CAST

Clark Gable   ...   Philip Sutherland
Gene Tierney   ...   Marya Lamarkina
With
Bernard Miles   ...   Joe Brooks
Richard Haydn   ...   Christopher Wellington St. John Denny
Belita   ...   Valentina Alexandrovna
Kenneth More   ...   Steve Quillan
Karel Stepanek   ...   Commissar
Theodore Bikel   ...   Lieutenant
Anna Valentina   ...   Svetlana Mikhailovna
Frederick Valk   ...   Kuragin
Peter Illing   ...   N.K.V.D. Man
Robert Henderson   ...   U.S. Ambassador
Stanley Maxted   ...   John Barnes
Meinhart Maur   ...   Lemkov
Alexis Chesnakov   ...   Gen. Zhdanov

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