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Around the World in 80 Days

Synopsis

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Star-studded adventure based on the Jules Verne novel. David Niven plays Phileas Fogg , who bets he can circle the world in 80 days.
Review page 43.
Director Michael Anderson
(1956, U)

Contributors

Unknown: Jules Verne
Unknown: David Niven
Unknown: Phileas Fogg
Director: Michael Anderson
Phileas Fogg: David Niven
Passepartout: Cantinflas
Princess Aouda: Shirley MacLaine
Inspector Fix: Robert Newton
Hesketh-Baggott: Noel Coward
Fallentin: Trevor Howard
Ralph: Robert Morley
Monsieur Gasse: Charles Boyer
Sporting lady: Hermione Gingold
Dance hall girl: Marlene Dietrich
Steward: Peter Lorre
Cabby: John Mills
Bouncer: George Raft
Pianist: Frank Sinatra
Colonel Proctor Stamp: John Carradine
Train conductor: Buster Keaton
Foster: John Gielqud

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Around the World in 80 Days

BBC Two England, 26 August 2006 15.20






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