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Encore (14-Nov-1951)

Directors: Harold French; Pat Jackson; Anthony Pelissier

Writers: Eric Ambler; T. E. B. Clarke; Arthur MacRae

From short stories by: W. Somerset Maugham

Music Composed by: Muir Mathieson

Producer: Antony Darnborough

Keywords: Drama, Anthology

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Roland Culver
Actor
21-Aug-1900 29-Feb-1984 Dead of Night
Glynis Johns
Actor
5-Oct-1923   Winifred Banks in Mary Poppins
John Laurie
Actor
25-Mar-1897 23-Jun-1980 Pvt. James Frazer on Dad's Army
W. Somerset Maugham
Novelist
25-Jan-1874 16-Dec-1965 Of Human Bondage
Nigel Patrick
Actor
2-May-1913 21-Sep-1981 The Browning Version
Noel Purcell
Actor
23-Dec-1900 3-Mar-1985 The Rising of the Moon
Michael Trubshawe
Actor
7-Dec-1905 21-Mar-1985 The Guns of Navarone
Kay Walsh
Actor
27-Aug-1911 16-Apr-2005 The Horse's Mouth

CAST

Glynis Johns   ...   Stella Cotman
Nigel Patrick   ...   Tom Ramsay
Kay Walsh   ...   Molly Reid
Roland Culver   ...   George Ramsay
Ronald Squire   ...   Doctor
with
Jacques François   ...   Pierre
Charles Goldner   ...   Paco Espinal
Peter Graves   ...   Philip Cronshaw
David Hutcheson   ...   Sandy Wescott
John Laurie   ...   Andrews
Mary Merrall   ...   Flora Penezzi
Terence Morgan   ...   Syd Cotman
Noel Purcell   ...   Tom
Heather Thatcher   ...   Eva Barrett
Charles Victor   ...   Mr. Bateman
and
Daphne Barker   ...   Countess
Irene Hilda   ...   Supporting Cast
John Horsley   ...   Joe
Guido Lorraine   ...   Russian Prince
Ferdy Mayne   ...   Headwaiter
Martin Miller   ...   Carlo Penezzi
Notable uncredited roles
W. Somerset Maugham   ...   Presenter

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