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The Sunday Film: Star!

Synopsis

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starring
Julie Andrews
Richard Crenna Michael Craig
Gertrude Lawrence ran away from her East End home in 1915 -to join the music-hall. Within a few years she had become a star of the London stage and later went on to Broadway, films and recordings - working with other legendary figures of show business. This spectacular musical biography depicts her rise to fame and wealth - and the great personal cost in terms of her private life. Julie Andrews plays Gertrude Lawrence with great vivacity and has what is often regarded as the finest part of her career.
Screenplay by WILLIAM FAIRCHILD Produced by SAUL CHAPLIN
Directed by ROBERT WISE . Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Andrews
Unknown: Richard Crenna
Unknown: Michael Craig
Unknown: Gertrude Lawrence
Unknown: Julie Andrews
Unknown: Gertrude Lawrence
Play By: William Fairchild
Produced By: Saul Chaplin
Directed By: Robert Wise
Gertrude Lawrence: Julie Andrews
Richard Aldrich: Richard Crenna
Sir Anthony Spencer: Michael Craig
Noel Coward: Daniel Massey
Charles Fraser: Robert Reed
Arthur Lawrence: Bruce Forsyth
Rose: Beryl Reid
Jack Roper: John Collin
Andre Charlot: Alan Oppenheimer
David Holtzhan: Richard Karlan
Billie Carleton: Lynley Laurence
Jack Buchanan: Carrett Lewis
Jeannie Banks: Elizabeth St Clair
Pamela: Jenny Agutter
Ben Mitchell: Anthony Eisley

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The Sunday Film: Star!

BBC One London, 16 August 1981 19.15






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