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Anna Karenina

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A play based on Tolstoy's novel by Marcelle-Maurette.
Translated by E. J. King Bull.
Adapted for television by Donald Bull.
Russia, 1880: Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Vronsky's estate in the country.

Contributors

Writer:
null Marcelle-Maurette
Translated by:
E. J. King Bull
Adapted for television by:
Donald Bull
Producer:
Rudolph Cartier
Film cameraman:
A. A. Englander
Film editor:
James Colina
Costumes:
Elizabeth Agombar
Make-up supervisor:
Tommy Manderson
Lighting supervisor:
J.C. Richardson
Dance arranger:
Maria Fay
Designer:
Clifford Hatts
Anna Karenina:
Claire Bloom
Count Alexis Vronsky, Colonel of the Imperial Horse Guards:
Sean Connery
Stiva Prince Oblonsky Anna's brother:
Jack Watling
Countess Vronsky:
Valerie Taylor
Dolly, Stiva's wife:
Daphne Anderson
Kitty, her sister:
June Thorburn
Korsunsky:
Frank Williams
Alexis Karenin:
Albert Lieven
Cord, an English trainer:
John Barratt
Officers of the Horse Guards:
Makhotin: Alan Tilvern
Officers of the Horse Guards:
Yashvin: David Lander
Prince Tverskoy:
Robert Percival
Betsy, Princess Tverskoy:
Patricia Laffan
The Grand Duke:
Campbell Cotts
Countess Lydia:
Elaine Inescort
Princess Miagki:
Alice Esmie-Bell
General Prince Serpoukhovskoi:
Derek Aylward
Sergei, Anna's son:
Bobby Caetano
Nana, his nurse:
Enid Lindsey
Annushka, Anna's maid:
Laurie Leigh
Tania, a servant girl:
Frances Cohen
Misha, Vronsky's valet:
Sidney Vivian
Stationmaster:
Gertan Klauber
Matvey Stiva's majordomo:
Graham Leaman
Korney, Karenin's butler:
Arthur Ridley
First lady:
Elaine Laniado
Second lady:
Joy Skelton
Opera attendant:
Peter Augustine
Priest:
Endre Muller
Server:
Peter Rutter

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