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That Hamilton Woman (3-Apr-1941)

Director: Alexander Korda

Writers: Walter Reisch; R. C. Sherriff

Music by: Miklos Rozsa

Producer: Alexander Korda

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Luis Alberni
Actor
4-Oct-1886 23-Dec-1962 Spanish-American character actor
Sara Allgood
Actor
31-Oct-1879 13-Sep-1950 How Green Was My Valley
Heather Angel
Actor
9-Feb-1909 13-Dec-1986 Lifeboat
Gladys Cooper
Actor
18-Dec-1888 17-Nov-1971 My Fair Lady
Halliwell Hobbes
Actor
16-Nov-1877 20-Feb-1962 British-American character actor
Vivien Leigh
Actor
5-Nov-1913 8-Jul-1967 Gone With The Wind
Miles Mander
Actor
14-May-1888 8-Feb-1946 The Three Musketeers
Alan Mowbray
Actor
18-Aug-1896 25-Mar-1969 Founding member, Screen Actors Guild
Laurence Olivier
Actor
22-May-1907 11-Jul-1989 Shakespearean actor
Henry Wilcoxon
Actor
8-Sep-1905 6-Mar-1984 Lionheart in Hollywood

CAST

Vivien Leigh   ...   Emma Lady Hamilton
Laurence Olivier   ...   Lord Horatio Nelson
With
Alan Mowbray   ...   Sir William Hamilton
Sara Allgood   ...   Mrs. Cadogan-Lyon
Gladys Cooper   ...   Lady Nelson
Henry Wilcoxon   ...   Capt. Hardy
Heather Angel   ...   Street Girl
Halliwell Hobbes   ...   Rev. Nelson
Gilbert Emery   ...   Lord Spencer
Miles Mander   ...   Rev. Lord Keith
Ronald Sinclair   ...   Josiah
Luis Alberni   ...   King of Naples
Norma Drury   ...   Queen of Naples
Olaf Hytten   ...   Gavin
Juliette Compton   ...   Lady Spencer
Guy Kingsford   ...   Trowbridge

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