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Gary Cooper Season: Beau Geste

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The third in a season of exciting adventure films starring the great Gary Cooper
Tonight with Ray Milland
Robert Preston , Brian Donlevy
A French Foreign Legion relief column arrives at Fort Zinderneuf in the Sahara to find the embrasures manned by corpses and no one left alive inside.
This is the sinister opening to the film version of P. C. Wren 's famous adventure story of three brothers from England who join the Foreign Legion.
Produced and directed by WILLIAM A. WELLMAN
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Cooper
Unknown: Ray Milland
Unknown: Robert Preston
Unknown: Brian Donlevy
Unknown: P. C. Wren
Directed By: William A. Wellman
Beau Geste: Gary Cooper
John Geste: Ray Milland
Digby Geste: Robert Preston
Lady Patricia Brandon: Heather Thatcher
Sgt Markoff: Brian Donlevy
Isobel Rivers: Susan Hayward
Rasinoff: J Carrol Naish
Schwartz: Albert Dekker
Hank Miller: Broderick Crawford
Major Henri de Beaujolais: James Stephenson
Augustus Brandon: George P. Huntley
Lt Martin: Harvey Stephens
Beau Geste (as a child): Donald O'Connor
John Geste (as a child): Billy Cook
Digby Geste (as a child): Martin Sfellman

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Gary Cooper Season: Beau Geste

BBC One London, 1 June 1971 19.10






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