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All Time Great Movies: Waterloo Bridge

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starring
Vivien Leigh Robert Taylor
One of Hollywood's great love stories, Waterloo Bridge tells of a chance encounter during the First World War. This tender, idyllic, yet tragic story about a British officer's love for a beautiful young dancer stars Vivien Leigh , who had just received an Academy
Award for her role in Gone With the Wind.
Screenplay by s. N. BEHRMAN. HANS RAMEAU and GEORGE FROESCHEL Produced by SIDNEY FRANKEL Directed by mervyn leroy
9 FILMS: page 21

Contributors

Unknown: Vivien Leigh
Unknown: Robert Taylor
Unknown: Vivien Leigh
Produced By: Sidney Frankel
Directed By: Mervyn Leroy
Myra: Vivien Leigh
Roy Cronin: Robert Taylor
Lady Margaret Cronin: Lucile Watson
Kitty: Virginia Field
Madame Olga Kirowa: Maria Ouspenskaya
Duke: C Aubrey Smith
Maureen: Janet Shaw
Elsa: Janet Waldo
Lydia: Steffi Duna
Sylvia: Virginia Carroll

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All Time Great Movies: Waterloo Bridge

BBC One London, 7 April 1985 23.45






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