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Mandy (29-Jul-1952)

Director: Alexander Mackendrick

Writers: Nigel Balchin; Jack Whittingham

From novel: The Day Is Ours by Hilda Lewis

Music Composed by: William Alwyn

Producer: Leslie Norman

Keywords: Drama, Deafness

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dorothy Alison
4-Apr-1925 17-Jan-1992 See No Evil
Jane Asher
5-Apr-1946   Deep End
Phyllis Calvert
18-Feb-1915 8-Oct-2002 Madonna of the Seven Moons
Marjorie Fielding
17-Feb-1892 28-Dec-1956 English stage actress
Jack Hawkins
14-Sep-1910 18-Jul-1973 Land of the Pharaohs
Godfrey Tearle
12-Oct-1884 8-Jun-1953 The 39 Steps


Phyllis Calvert   ...   Christine
Jack Hawkins   ...   Searle
Terence Morgan   ...   Harry
Godfrey Tearle   ...   Mr. Garland
Nancy Price   ...   Jane Ellis
Edward Chapman   ...   Ackland
Marjorie Fielding   ...   Mrs. Garland
Patricia Plunkett   ...   Miss Crocker
Dorothy Alison   ...   Miss Stockton
Eleanor Summerfield   ...   Lily Tabor
Colin Gordon   ...   Woollard (Junior)
Gabrielle Brune   ...   The Secretary
Mandy Miller   ...   Mandy
also children at present pupils at Clyne House, Manchester
Michael Mallinson   ...   Pupil
Doreen Taylor   ...   Pupil
Doreen Gallagher   ...   Pupil
Michael Davis   ...   Pupil
Colin Wilkinson   ...   Pupil
Joan Peters   ...   Pupil
Julian Amyes   ...   Jimmy Tabor
John Cazabon   ...   Davey
Gwen Bacon   ...   Mrs. Paul
W. E. Holloway   ...   Woollard (Senior)
Phyllis Morris   ...   Miss Tucker
Gabrielle Blunt   ...   Miss Larner
Jean Shepherd   ...   Mrs. Jackson
Jane Asher   ...   Nina
Marlene Maddox   ...   Leonie


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