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10 Rillington Place (12-May-1971)

Director: Richard Fleischer

Writer: Clive Exton

Based on a book: Ten Rillington Place by Ludovic Kennedy

Music Composed and Conducted by: John Dankworth

Producers: Leslie Linder; Martin Ransohoff

Keywords: Drama, Abortion

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Attenborough
Film Director
29-Aug-1923 24-Aug-2014 Gandhi
Judy Geeson
10-Sep-1948   Maggie Conway in Mad About You
Robert Hardy
29-Oct-1925   All Creatures Great and Small
John Hurt
22-Jan-1940   Alien


Richard Attenborough   ...   Christie
Judy Geeson   ...   Beryl Evans
John Hurt   ...   Timothy Evans
Pat Heywood   ...   Ethel Christie
Isobel Black   ...   Alice
Robert Hardy   ...   Malcolm Morris
Geoffrey Chater   ...   Christmas Humphreys
Andre Morell   ...   Judge Lewis
Sam Kydd   ...   Furniture Dealer
Gabrielle Daye   ...   Mrs. Lynch
Miss Riley   ...   Baby Geraldine
Phyllis MacMahon   ...   Muriel Eady
Ray Barron   ...   Workman Willis
Douglas Blackwell   ...   Workman Jones
Jimmy Gardner   ...   Mr. Lynch
Edward Evans   ...   Det. Inspector
Tenniel Evans   ...   Det. Sergeant
David Jackson   ...   Constable
Jack Carr   ...   Constable
George Lee   ...   Constable
Richard Coleman   ...   Constable
Medical Board
Basil Dignam   ...   Medical Board
Norman Henry   ...   Medical Board
Edward Burnham   ...   Medical Board
Edwin Brown   ...   Hangman
Norma Shebbeare   ...   Woman in Cafe
Rudolph Walker   ...   West Indian
Tommy Ansah   ...   West Indian
Reg Lye   ...   Tramp


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