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Forty-Ninth Parallel (8-Oct-1941)

Director: Michael Powell

Writers: Rodney Ackland; Emeric Pressburger

Music: Ralph Vaughan Williams

Producer: Michael Powell

Keywords: Thriller, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Beatty
Actor
19-Oct-1909 3-Mar-1992 2001: A Space Odyssey
Finlay Currie
Actor
20-Jan-1878 9-May-1968 Great Expectations
Leslie Howard
Actor
3-Apr-1893 1-Jun-1943 Pygmalion
Glynis Johns
Actor
5-Oct-1923   Winifred Banks in Mary Poppins
Niall MacGinnis
Actor
29-Mar-1913 6-Jan-1977 49th Parallel
Raymond Massey
Actor
30-Aug-1896 29-Jul-1983 Things to Come
Laurence Olivier
Actor
22-May-1907 11-Jul-1989 Shakespearean actor
Eric Portman
Actor
13-Jul-1901 7-Dec-1969 One of Our Aircraft Is Missing
Anton Walbrook
Actor
19-Nov-1896 9-Aug-1967 The Red Shoes

CAST

Leslie Howard   ...   Philip Armstrong Scott
Laurence Olivier   ...   Johnnie, the Trapper
Raymond Massey   ...   Andy Brock
Anton Walbrook   ...   Peter
Eric Portman   ...   Lt. Hirth
Richard George   ...   Kommandant Bernsdorff
Raymond Lovell   ...   Lt. Kuhnecke
Niall MacGinnis   ...   Vogel
Peter Moore   ...   Kranz
John Chandos   ...   Lohrmann
Basil Appleby   ...   Jahner
Finlay Currie   ...   The Factor
Ley On   ...   Nick, the Eskimo
Glynis Johns   ...   Anna
Charles Victor   ...   Andreas
Frederick Piper   ...   David
Tawera Moana   ...   George, the Indian
Eric Clavering   ...   Art
Charles Rolfe   ...   Bob
Theodore Salt   ...   US Customs Officer
O. W. Fonger   ...   US Customs Officer

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