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Dr. Austin Sloper (Character)
from Washington Square (1997)

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Washington Square -- A lonely young woman in search of happiness is finally swept off her feet.  But her father's doubts of the young man's intentions threaten to end the relationship.

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Alternate Names:
Augustin Sloper / Austin Sloper / Doctor Sloper / Le docteur Sloper


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  1. Washington Square (1997) Played by Albert Finney

  2. Die Erbin (1982) (TV) Played by Alexander Kerst

  3. "Au théâtre ce soir"
        - L'héritière (1976) TV episode, Played by Louis Ducreux (as Le docteur Sloper)
  4. Washington Square (1975) (TV) Played by Jacques François (as Augustin Sloper)
  5. "Affairs of the Heart"
        - Catherine (1974) TV episode, Played by Bernard Hepton (as Austin Sloper)

  6. "BBC Play of the Month"
        - The Heiress (1969) TV episode, Played by Vincent Price
  7. Arvtagerskan (1962) (TV) Played by Ulf Johansson
  8. The Heiress (1961) (TV) Played by Barry Morse

  9. "Armchair Theatre"
        - The Heiress (1957) TV episode, Played by André Morell (as Doctor Sloper)
  10. "Lux Video Theatre"
    ... aka "Summer Video Theatre" - USA (summer title)
        - The Heiress (1954) TV episode, Played by Vincent Price

  11. The Heiress (1949) Played by Ralph Richardson

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From Washington Square (1997)
Dr. Austin Sloper: We were all young and beautiful once. It's transient, and then it's gone. See more »

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