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Broken Journey (14-Apr-1948)

Director: Ken Annakin

Writer: Robert Westerby

Music Composed by: John Greenwood

Producer: Sydney Box

Keywords: Drama, Airplane Crash

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Derek Bond
Actor
26-Jan-1919 15-Oct-2006 The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
Phyllis Calvert
Actor
18-Feb-1915 8-Oct-2002 Madonna of the Seven Moons
James Donald
Actor
18-May-1917 3-Aug-1993 Third Man on the Mountain
Margot Grahame
Actor
20-Feb-1911 1-Jan-1982 The Informer
Raymond Huntley
Actor
23-Apr-1904 19-Oct-1990 Passport to Pimlico
Guy Rolfe
Actor
27-Dec-1911 19-Oct-2003 Mr. Sardonicus
Francis L. Sullivan
Actor
6-Jan-1903 19-Nov-1956 Great Expectations
David Tomlinson
Actor
7-May-1917 24-Jun-2000 Mary Poppins

CAST

Phyllis Calvert   ...   Mary Johnstone
Margot Grahame   ...   Joanna Dane
James Donald   ...   Bill Haverton
Francis L. Sullivan   ...   Perami
Raymond Huntley   ...   Edward Marshall
with
Derek Bond   ...   Richard Faber
Guy Rolfe   ...   Fox
Sonia Holm   ...   Anne Stephens
Grey Blake   ...   John Barber
David Tomlinson   ...   Jimmy Marshall
Andrew Crawford   ...   Kid Cormack
Charles Victor   ...   Harry Gunn
Gerard Heinz   ...   Joseph Romer
Sybilla Binder   ...   Lilli Romer
Amy Frank   ...   Frau Romer
Michael Allan   ...   Lt. Albert
R. Stuart Lindsell   ...   Mr. Barber
Mary Hinton   ...   Mrs. Barber
Jan Van Loewen   ...   Opera House Director
Arthur Goullet   ...   1st Guide
Leo Bieber   ...   2nd Guide

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