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Hot Enough for June (10-Mar-1964)

Director: Ralph Thomas

Writer: Lukas Heller

From novel: Night of Wenceslas by Lionel Davidson

Music Composed by: Angelo Lavagnino

Producer: Betty E. Box

Keywords: Thriller, Comedy, Espionage

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dirk Bogarde
Actor
28-Mar-1921 8-May-1999 A Bridge Too Far
Noel Harrison
Actor
29-Jan-1934 20-Oct-2013 The Best of Enemies
Sylva Koscina
Actor
22-Aug-1933 26-Dec-1994 Bride of Hercules
John Le Mesurier
Actor
5-Apr-1912 15-Nov-1983 Dad's Army
Leo McKern
Actor
16-Mar-1920 23-Jul-2002 Travelling North, Rumpole of the Bailey
Robert Morley
Actor
26-May-1908 3-Jun-1992 Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?
Derek Nimmo
Actor
19-Sep-1930 24-Feb-1999 All Gas and Gaiters
Eric Pohlmann
Actor
18-Jul-1913 25-Jul-1979 They Who Dare
Richard Vernon
Actor
7-Mar-1925 4-Dec-1997 Oldenshaw on The Man in Room 17

CAST

Dirk Bogarde   ...   Nicholas Whistler
Sylva Koscina   ...   Vlasta Simoneva
Robert Morley   ...   Col. Cunliffe
Leo McKern   ...   Simoneva
with
Roger Delgado   ...   Josef
Derek Fowlds   ...   Sunbather
Amanda Grinling   ...   Cunliffe's Secretary
Noel Harrison   ...   Johnnie
Philo Hauser   ...   Vlacek
John Junkin   ...   Store Clerk
Gertan Klauber   ...   Researcher
John Le Mesurier   ...   Allsop
Jill Melford   ...   Lorna
Derek Nimmo   ...   Fred
Richard Pasco   ...   Plakov
Eric Pohlmann   ...   Galushka
Alan Tilvern   ...   Simenova's Aide
Richard Vernon   ...   Roddinghead
Brook Williams   ...   Leon

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