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Adventure for Two (18-Nov-1943)

Director: Anthony Asquith

Writer: Anatole de Grunwald

Music by: Nicholas Brodszky

Producer: Anatole de Grunwald

Keywords: Drama, Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Felix Aylmer
Actor
21-Feb-1889 2-Sep-1979 Henry V
Marjorie Fielding
Actor
17-Feb-1892 28-Dec-1956 English stage actress
John Laurie
Actor
25-Mar-1897 23-Jun-1980 Pvt. James Frazer on Dad's Army
Laurence Olivier
Actor
22-May-1907 11-Jul-1989 Shakespearean actor
Margaret Rutherford
Actor
11-May-1892 22-May-1972 The V.I.P.s
Jack Watling
Actor
13-Jan-1923 22-May-2001 We Dive at Dawn

CAST

Laurence Olivier   ...   Ivan Dimitrievich Kouznetsoff
with
Penelope Ward   ...   Ann Tisdall
Marjorie Fielding   ...   Mrs. Tisdall
Margaret Rutherford   ...   Rowena Ventnor
Felix Aylmer   ...   Mr. Runalow
George Thorpe   ...   Herbert Tisdall
and
Leslie Henson   ...   Himself
and
Guy Middleton   ...   Dick Christian
Michael Shepley   ...   Mr. Walford
Edie Martin   ...   Aunt Winnie
Muriel Aked   ...   Mrs. Tisdall-Stanton
Joyce Grenfell   ...   Mrs. Pawson
Everley Gregg   ...   Mrs. Flannel
Jack Watling   ...   Tom Sellars
David Keir   ...   Mr. Jordan
Miles Malleson   ...   Box Office Manager
Aubrey Mallalieu   ...   Toomes
John Laurie   ...   Sailor
Brian Nissen   ...   George Tisdall
John Boxer   ...   Sailor
John Schofield   ...   Ernie

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