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All Night Long (6-Feb-1962)

Director: Basil Dearden

Writers: Nel King; Paul Jarrico

From a play: Othello by William Shakespeare (retelling)

Musical Director: Philip Green

Producer: Michael Relph

Keywords: Drama, Jazz

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Attenborough
Film Director
29-Aug-1923   Gandhi
Betsy Blair
Actor
11-Dec-1923 13-Mar-2009 Marty
Dave Brubeck
Jazz Musician
6-Dec-1920 5-Dec-2012 Take Five
Patrick McGoohan
Actor
19-Mar-1928 13-Jan-2009 Number Six on The Prisoner
Keith Michell
Actor
1-Dec-1928   The Six Wives of Henry VIII
Charles Mingus
Jazz Musician
22-Apr-1922 5-Jan-1979 Jazz bassist and legendary composer
Harry Towb
Actor
27-Jul-1925 24-Jul-2009 Northern Irish stage and film actor

CAST

Patrick McGoohan   ...   Johnny Cousin
Keith Michell   ...   Cass
Betsy Blair   ...   Emily
Paul Harris   ...   Aurelius Rex
Marti Stevens   ...   Delia Lane
and
Richard Attenborough   ...   Rod Hamilton
Also Starring
Bernard Braden   ...   Berger
Harry Towb   ...   Phales
Maria Velasco   ...   Benny
with
Dave Brubeck   ...   Piano
Johnny Dankworth   ...   Alto Sax
Charles Mingus   ...   Bass
and
Bert Courtley   ...   Trumpet
Keith Christie   ...   Trombone
Ray Dempsey   ...   Guitar
Allan Ganley   ...   Drums
Tubby Hayes   ...   Tenor Sax and Vibes
Barry Morgan   ...   Bongos
Kenny Napper   ...   Bass
Colin Purbrook   ...   Piano
Johnny Scott   ...   Alto Sax and Flute

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