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The Key (28-May-1958)

Director: Carol Reed

Writer: Carl Foreman

From novel: Stella by Jan de Hartog

Music Composed and Conducted by: Malcolm Arnold

Producer: Carl Foreman

Keywords: Romantic Drama, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rupert Davies
Actor
22-May-1916 22-Nov-1976 Inspector Maigret
Bryan Forbes
Actor
22-Jul-1926 8-May-2013 King Rat
Irene Handl
Actor
27-Dec-1901 29-Nov-1987 Matronly British character actor
William Holden
Actor
17-Apr-1918 16-Nov-1981 Stalag 17
Oskar Homolka
Actor
12-Aug-1898 27-Jan-1978 Sabotage
Trevor Howard
Actor
29-Sep-1913 7-Jan-1988 Sons and Lovers
Bernard Lee
Actor
10-Jan-1908 16-Jan-1981 James Bond's M
Sophia Loren
Actor
20-Sep-1934   La Ciociara
Kieron Moore
Actor
5-Oct-1924 15-Jul-2007 The League of Gentlemen
Noel Purcell
Actor
23-Dec-1900 3-Mar-1985 The Rising of the Moon

CAST

William Holden   ...   David Ross
Sophia Loren   ...   Stella
Trevor Howard   ...   Chris Ford
with
Kieron Moore   ...   Kane
Bernard Lee   ...   Wadlow
Bryan Forbes   ...   Weaver
Beatrix Lehmann   ...   Housekeeper
Noel Purcell   ...   Hotel Porter
Sidney Vivian   ...   Grogan
Russell Waters   ...   Sparks
Rupert Davies   ...   Baker
and
Oskar Homolka   ...   Capt. Van Dam
Irene Handl   ...   Clerk
John Crawford   ...   American Captain
Jameson Clark   ...   English Captain
and
H.M. Tug Restive   ...   Herself
and her Master and Crew   ...   Themselves

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