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The Monday Film: Butterf ield 8

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starring Elizabeth Taylor
Laurence Harvey , Eddie Fisher
Emotionally scarred by her childhood experiences with men, Gloria decides that they will never use her again. 'I pick the man, he doesn't pick me', is her attitude.
One that her highly successful career as a model makes eminently possible, until one day she encounters the handsome and wealthy Weston Liggett. This famous feature, based on John O'Haras controversial novel, won Elizabeth Taylor her first Academy Award.
Screenplay by CHARLES SCHNEE and JOHN MICHAEL HAYES
Produced by PANDRO S. BERMAN
Directed by DANIEL MANN. Films: page 10

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Taylor
Unknown: Laurence Harvey
Unknown: Eddie Fisher
Unknown: John O'Haras
Unknown: Elizabeth Taylor
Unknown: Charles Schnee
Unknown: John Michael Hayes
Produced By: Pandro S. Berman
Directed By: Daniel Mann.
Gloria Wandrous: Elizabeth Taylor
Weston Liggett: Laurence Harvey
Steve Carpenter: Eddie Fisher
Emily Liggett: Dina Merrill
Mrs Wandrous: Mildred Dunnock
Mrs Fanny Thurber: Betty Field
Bingham Smith: Jeffrey Lynn
Happy: Kay Medford
Norma: Susan Oliver
Dr Treadman: George Voskovec

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The Monday Film: Butterf ield 8

BBC One London, 1 June 1981 21.25






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