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The Scarlet Pimpernel (23-Dec-1934)

Director: Harold Young

Writers: S. N. Behrman; Lajos Biró; Robert E. Sherwood; Arthur Wimperis

From novel by: Baroness Emmuska Orczy

Music Compositions: Arthur Benjamin

Producer: Alexander Korda

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Nigel Bruce
Actor
14-Feb-1895 8-Oct-1953 Played Rathbone's Dr. Watson
Melville Cooper
Actor
15-Oct-1896 31-Mar-1973 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Leslie Howard
Actor
3-Apr-1893 1-Jun-1943 Pygmalion
Raymond Massey
Actor
30-Aug-1896 29-Jul-1983 Things to Come
Merle Oberon
Actor
19-Feb-1911 23-Nov-1979 Wuthering Heights

CAST

Leslie Howard   ...   Sir Percy Blakeney
Merle Oberon   ...   Lady Blakeney
Raymond Massey   ...   Chauvelin
Nigel Bruce   ...   The Prince of Wales
Bramwell Fletcher   ...   The Priest
Anthony Bushell   ...   Sir Andrew Ffoulkes
Joan Gardner   ...   Suzanne de Tournay
Walter Rilla   ...   Armand St. Just
Mabel Terry-Lewis   ...   Countess de Tournay
O. B. Clarence   ...   Count de Tournay
Ernest Milton   ...   Robespierre
Edmund Breon   ...   Col. Winterbottom
Melville Cooper   ...   Romney
Gibb McLaughlin   ...   The Barber
Moreland Graham   ...   Treadle
John Turnbull   ...   Jellyband
Gertrude Musgrove   ...   Jellyband's Daughter
Allan Jeayes   ...   Lord Grenville
Bromley Davenport   ...   French Innkeeper (Brogard)
William Freshman   ...   Lord Hastings
Hindle Edgar   ...   Lord Wilmot

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