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The End of the Affair (23-Feb-1955)

Director: Edward Dmytryk

Writer: Lenore Coffee

From novel by: Graham Greene

Music Composed and Conducted by: Benjamin Frankel

Producer: David Lewis

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Peter Cushing
26-May-1913 11-Aug-1994 Grand Moff Tarkin in Star Wars
Michael Goodliffe
1-Oct-1914 20-Mar-1976 A Night to Remember
Van Johnson
25-Aug-1916 12-Dec-2008 The Caine Mutiny
Deborah Kerr
30-Sep-1921 16-Oct-2007 From Here to Eternity
John Mills
22-Feb-1908 23-Apr-2005 Ryan's Daughter
Nora Swinburne
24-Jul-1902 1-May-2000 British character actress


Deborah Kerr   ...   Sarah Miles
Van Johnson   ...   Maurice Bendrix
John Mills   ...   Albert Parkis
Stephen Murray   ...   Fr. Crompton
Nora Swinburne   ...   Mrs. Bertram
Charles Goldner   ...   Savage
Michael Goodliffe   ...   Smythe
Joyce Carey   ...   Miss Palmer
Frederick Leister   ...   Dr. Collingwood
Peter Cushing   ...   Henry Miles
Mary Williams   ...   Maid
O'Donovan Shiell   ...   Doctor
Elsie Wagstaff   ...   Bendrix Landlady
Christopher Warbey   ...   Lancelot Parkis
Nan Munro   ...   Mrs. Tomkins
Josephine Wilson   ...   Miss Smythe
Victor Maddern   ...   1st Orator
David Bird   ...   3rd Orator
Shela Ward   ...   Old Woman
Edwin Ellis   ...   Rescue Worker
Stanley Rose   ...   Fireman
Bart Allison   ...   Museum Attendant
W. Thorp Devereux   ...   Club Servant
Mary Reed   ...   Special Guest
Margaret Holmes   ...   Special Guest
John H. Watson   ...   Special Guest


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