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The Wednesday Film: The Hideaways


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starring Ingrid Bergman
Sally Pragcr , Johnny Doran George Rose with Madeline Khan
Claudia is a little girl with big dreams. Feeling misunderstood and longing for adventure she persuades her younger brother, Jamie, to run away with her to New York. There, in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, they become obsessed with a marble statue of an angel. Determined to prove that the statue was sculpted by Michelangelo, Claudia and Jamie decide to seek out the statue's donor, a rich, old recluse by the name of Mrs Basil E. Frankweiler ...
Based on the novel From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs Basil E. Frankteeiler by E. L. KONIGSBURC
(First showing on British television) Films: page 12


Unknown: Ingrid Bergman
Unknown: Sally Pragcr
Unknown: Johnny Doran
Unknown: George Rose
Unknown: Madeline Khan
Play By: Blanche Hanalis
Produced By: Charles C. Mortimer
Directed By: Fielder Cook
Mrs Frankweiler: Ingrid Bergman
Claudia: Sally Prager
Jamie: Johnny Doran
Saxonburg: George Rose
Mr Kincaid: Richard Mulligan
Mrs Kincaid: Georgann Johnson
Schoolteacher: Madeline Khan
Museum director: Donald Symington
Museum secretary: Linda Selman
Kevin: Brucie Conover
Brucie: Mike Hammett
Counterman: Peter Turgeon
Guard: Robert Packer

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The Wednesday Film: The Hideaways

BBC One London, 13 July 1983 19.15

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