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James Mason in The Wicked Lady


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The first in a season of films starring one of Britain's most urbane and versatile screen actors. Today with Margaret Lockwood Patricia Roc
Griffith Jones
'All my life I've cheated to get what I wanted,' declares Lady Skelton, who, bored with her marriage to a country squire, turns to highway robbery for excitement. Her adventures lead to encounters with the notorious Captain Jackson, and a love-affair which ends in murder. This classic period adventure shocked press and public alike, and the film became one of the greatest British box-office successes.
Produced by R. J MINNEY Written and directed by LESLIE ARUSS
From the novel The Life and Death of the Wicked Lady Skelton by MAGDALEN KING-HALL
0 FILMS: page 39 and FEATURE: page 109


Unknown: Margaret Lockwood
Unknown: Patricia Roc
Unknown: Griffith Jones
Produced By: R. J Minney
Directed By: Leslie Aruss
Lady Skelton: Margaret Lockwood
Captain Jackson: James Mason
Caroline: Patricia Roc
Sir Ralph Skelton: Griffith Jones
Henrietta Kingsclere: Enid Stamp-Taylor
Kit Locksby: Michael Rennie
Hogarth: Felix Aylmer
Martin Worth: David Horne
Cousin Agatha: Martita Hunt
Lord Kingsclere: Francis Lister
Aunt Doll: Amy Dalby
Aunt Moll: Beatrice Varley
Mistress Betsy: Helen Goss
Doxy: Jean Kent

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James Mason in The Wicked Lady

BBC One London, 1 June 1986 15.20

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