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That Forsyte Woman (3-Nov-1949)

Director: Compton Bennett

Writers: Jan Lustig; Ivan Tors; James B. Williams; Arthur Wimperis

From novel: A Man of Property by John Galsworthy

Musical Score: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: Leon Gordon

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Harry Davenport
Actor
19-Jan-1866 9-Aug-1949 Gone with the Wind
Errol Flynn
Actor
20-Jun-1909 14-Oct-1959 Robin Hood
Greer Garson
Actor
29-Sep-1904 6-Apr-1996 Mrs. Miniver
Halliwell Hobbes
Actor
16-Nov-1877 20-Feb-1962 British-American character actor
Janet Leigh
Actor
6-Jul-1927 4-Oct-2004 Psycho
Matt Moore
Actor
8-Jan-1888 20-Jan-1960 Irish-American character actor
Walter Pidgeon
Actor
23-Sep-1897 25-Sep-1984 How Green Was My Valley
Robert Young
Actor
22-Feb-1907 21-Jul-1998 Marcus Welby, M.D.

CAST

Errol Flynn   ...   Soames Forsyte
Greer Garson   ...   Irene Forsyte
Walter Pidgeon   ...   Young Jolyon Forsyte
Robert Young   ...   Philip Bosinney
With
Janet Leigh   ...   June Forsyte
Harry Davenport   ...   Old Jolyon Forsyte
Aubrey Mather   ...   James Forsyte
Gerald Oliver Smith   ...   Wilson
Lumsden Hare   ...   Roger Forsyte
Stanley Logan   ...   Swithin Forsyte
Halliwell Hobbes   ...   Nicholas Forsyte
Matt Moore   ...   Timothy Forsyte
Florence Auer   ...   Ann Forsyte Hayman
Phyllis Morris   ...   Julia Forsyte Small
Marjorie Eaton   ...   Hester Forsyte
Evelyn Beresford   ...   Mrs. Taylor

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