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A Passage to India

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Lavish period drama by David Lean. Adela Quested is in India to visit a prospective bridegroom. During her stay, she is introduced to Dr Aziz, a Muslim surgeon who organises a trip where events take a tragic turn. Film of the Week: p43. (1984 PG)
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Contributors

Unknown: David Lean.
Adela Quested: Judy Davis
Dr Aziz: Victor Banerjee
Mrs Moore: Peggy Ashcroft
Richard Fielding: James Fox
Ronny Heaslop: Nigel Havers
Professor Godbole: Alec Guinness

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