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Sons and Lovers (2-Aug-1960)

Director: Jack Cardiff

Writers: Gavin Lambert; T. E. B. Clarke

From novel by: Sons and Lovers D. H. Lawrence

Music Composed by: Mario Nascimbene

Producer: Jerry Wald

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Wendy Hiller
Actor
15-Aug-1912 14-May-2003 Separate Tables
Trevor Howard
Actor
29-Sep-1913 7-Jan-1988 Sons and Lovers
Donald Pleasence
Actor
5-Oct-1919 2-Feb-1995 The Great Escape
Dean Stockwell
Actor
5-Mar-1936   Blue Velvet
Ernest Thesiger
Actor
15-Jan-1879 14-Jan-1961 Dr. Pretorius in Bride of Frankenstein
Mary Ure
Actor
18-Feb-1933 3-Apr-1975 Sons and Lovers

CAST

Starring
Trevor Howard   ...   Walter Morel
Dean Stockwell   ...   Paul Morel
Wendy Hiller   ...   Mrs. Morel
Mary Ure   ...   Clara Dawes
Heather Sears   ...   Miriam
With
William Lucas   ...   William Morel
Conrad Phillips   ...   Baxter Dawes
Donald Pleasence   ...   Pappleworth
Ernest Thesiger   ...   Mr. Hadlock
Rosalie Crutchley   ...   Mrs. Leivers
Sean Barret   ...   Arthur Morel
Elizabeth Begley   ...   Mrs. Radford
Edna Morris   ...   Mrs. Anthony
Ruth Kettlewell   ...   Mrs. Bonner
Anne Sheppard   ...   Rose
Susan Travers   ...   Betty
Rosalie Ashley   ...   Louisa
Dorothy Gordon   ...   Fanny
Vilma Ann Leslie   ...   Connie
Anne Scott   ...   Beatrice
Patsy Smart   ...   Emma
Gwendolyn Watts   ...   May
Philip Ray   ...   Dr. Ansell
Trevor Little   ...   Comedian
Sheila Bernette   ...   Polly

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