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Witness for the Prosecution (4-Dec-1982)

Director: Alan Gibson

Writer: John Gay

From a play by: Agatha Christie

Music Composed and Conducted by: John Cameron

Producer: Norman Rosemont

Keywords: Mystery, Courtroom

Remake of Witness for the Prosecution (1957).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Beau Bridges
9-Dec-1941   The Fabulous Baker Boys
Michael Gough
23-Nov-1917 17-Mar-2011 Alfred in Batman films
Wendy Hiller
15-Aug-1912 14-May-2003 Separate Tables
Deborah Kerr
30-Sep-1921 16-Oct-2007 From Here to Eternity
Donald Pleasence
5-Oct-1919 2-Feb-1995 The Great Escape
Ralph Richardson
19-Dec-1902 10-Oct-1983 Things To Come
Diana Rigg
20-Jul-1938   Mrs. Peel
Peter Sallis
1-Feb-1921   Last of the Summer Wine
Richard Vernon
7-Mar-1925 4-Dec-1997 Oldenshaw on The Man in Room 17


Ralph Richardson   ...   Sir Wilfred Robarts
Deborah Kerr   ...   Nurse Plimsoll
Beau Bridges   ...   Leonard Vole
Donald Pleasence   ...   Mr. Myers
Wendy Hiller   ...   Janet Mackenzie
Diana Rigg   ...   Christine Vole
David Langton   ...   Mayhew
Richard Vernon   ...   Brogan-Moore
Peter Sallis   ...   Carter
Michael Gough   ...   Judge
Frank Mills   ...   Chief Inspector Hearne
Michael Nightingale   ...   Clerk of the Court
Peter Copley   ...   Dr. Harrison
Patricia Leslie   ...   Mrs. French
John Kidd   ...   Court Usher
Kit Kitson   ...   Policeman
Wilfred Grove   ...   Photographer
Primi Townsend   ...   Diana
Andrew MacLachlan   ...   Jury Foreman
Aubrey Woods   ...   Tailor
Zulema Dene   ...   Miss Johnson
Barbara New   ...   Miss O'Brien
Jenny Donnison   ...   1st Nurse
Ceri Jackson   ...   2nd Nurse


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