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Quatermass and the Pit (19-Nov-1967)

Director: Roy Ward Baker

Writer: Nigel Kneale

Music Composed by: Tristram Cary

Producer: Anthony Nelson Keys

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Donald
Actor
18-May-1917 3-Aug-1993 Third Man on the Mountain
Julian Glover
Actor
27-Mar-1935   For Your Eyes Only
Andrew Keir
Actor
3-Apr-1926 5-Oct-1997 Quatermass and the Pit
Duncan Lamont
Actor
17-Jun-1918 19-Dec-1978 The Golden Coach
Edwin Richfield
Actor
11-Sep-1921 2-Aug-1990 Interpol Calling
Barbara Shelley
Actor
15-Aug-1933   Village of the Damned

CAST

James Donald   ...   Dr. Roney
Andrew Keir   ...   Quatermass
Barbara Shelley   ...   Barbara Judd
Julian Glover   ...   Col. Breen
with
Duncan Lamont   ...   Sladden
Bryan Marshall   ...   Capt. Potter
Peter Copley   ...   Howell
Edwin Richfield   ...   Minister
Maurice Good   ...   Sgt. Cleghorn
Grant Taylor   ...   Police Sgt. Ellis
Robert Morris   ...   Watson
Sheila Steafel   ...   Journalist
Hugh Futcher   ...   Sapper West
Hugh Morton   ...   Elderly Journalist
Thomas Heathcote   ...   Vicar
Noel Howlett   ...   Abbey Librarian
Hugh Manning   ...   Pub Customer
June Ellis   ...   Blonde
Keith Marsh   ...   Johnson
James Culliford   ...   Cpl. Gibson
Bee Duffell   ...   Miss Dobson
Roger Avon   ...   Electrician
Brian Peck   ...   Technical Officer
John Graham   ...   Inspector
Charles Lamb   ...   Newsvendor

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