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Midnight Movie That Lady


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Olivia de Havilland Gilbert Roland with Paul Scofield
Francoise Rosay , Dennis Price
That Lady was the notorious one-eyed princess whose passionate romance with a commoner angered Philip II, in 16th-century Spain.
In this screen version of Kate O'Brien's best-seller, Olivia de Havilland plays the exotic princess and Paul Scofield - in his first screen role - the fanatical king.
Director Terence Young


Director: Terence Young
Ana de Mendoza: Olivia de Havilland
Antonio Perez: Gilbert Roland
Philip of Spain: Paul Scofield
Bernadina: Françoise Rosay
Mateo Vasquez: Dennis Price
InigO: Anthony Dawson
The Cardinal: Robert Harris
DiegO: Peter Illing
Juan Escovedo: Pepe Nieto
Captain of the King's Guards: Christopher Lee
Fernando: Andy Shine
Bullfighter: Angel Peralta

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Midnight Movie That Lady

BBC Two England, 26 June 1971 23.30

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