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Marriage a la Mode (1955) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Sidney Gilliat

Writing Credits  

Sidney Gilliat ... (original screenplay) and
Val Valentine ... (original screenplay)

Cast (in credits order)  

...
In the Hospital: The Patient - Charles Hathaway
Cecil Parker ...
In the Hospital: The Professor
Sally Lahee ...
In the Hospital: The Nurse
Kay Kendall ...
The 'Wives': Monica
Nicole Maurey ...
The 'Wives': Lola
Valerie French ...
The 'Wives': Bridget
Ursula Howells ...
The 'Wives': Ann
Jill Adams ...
The 'Wives': Joanna
Roma Dunville ...
The 'Wives': Elizabeth
Robert Coote ...
Friends and Relations: The Best Man
Raymond Huntley ...
Friends and Relations: The Boss
Noel Hood ...
Friends and Relations: Gladys
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Friends and Relations: Papa Sopranelli
Marie Burke ...
Friends and Relations: Moma Sopraneli
George Cole ...
Friends and Relations: Luigi Sopranelli
Derek Sydney ...
Friends and Relations: Giorgio Sopranelli
Guy Deghy ...
Friends and Relations: Stromboli
Margaret Leighton ...
The Law: Counsel for the Defence
Eric Berry ...
The Law: Counsel for the Prosecution
...
The Law: The Judge
Charles Lloyd Pack ...
The Law: The Solicitor
Arthur Howard ...
The Law: Clerk of the Court
John Robinson ...
Secretary
Michael Ripper ...
Left Luggage Attendant
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alfred Burke ...
Porter (uncredited)
Joe Clark ...
Old Bailey Warder (uncredited)
Paul Connell ...
Cardiff Barman (uncredited)
Arthur Cortez ...
Luigi's Driver (uncredited)
Doreen Dawn ...
Model (uncredited)
Arnold Diamond ...
Car Loan Manager (uncredited)
Peter Edwards ...
Fisherman (uncredited)
Rodney Goodall ...
Kid (uncredited)
Nora Gordon ...
Housekeeper (uncredited)
Pat Kenyon ...
Model (uncredited)
Olive Kirby ...
Car Loan Assistant (uncredited)
Sam Kydd ...
Adelphi Barman (uncredited)
Evie Lloyd ...
Fisherman (uncredited)
Geoffrey Lovat ...
Commissionaire (uncredited)
Enid McCall ...
Welsh Chambermaid (uncredited)
Jill Melford ...
Monica's Golf Partner (uncredited)
Myrette Morven ...
Miss Prosser (uncredited)
Janette Richer ...
Typist (uncredited)
Stuart Saunders ...
Policeman (uncredited)
Monica Stevenson ...
Olwen (uncredited)
Graham Stuart ...
Government Messenger (uncredited)
Robert Sydney ...
Detective (uncredited)
Nicholas Tanner ...
Usher (uncredited)
George Thorne ...
Horrocks (uncredited)
Stephen Vercoe ...
Dr. Thompson (uncredited)
Frank Webster ...
Old Bailey Warden (uncredited)
Leslie Weston ...
Prison Jailer (uncredited)
Paul Whitsun-Jones ...
Welsh Farmer (uncredited)
George Woodbridge ...
Old Bailey Warder (uncredited)
David Yates ...
Detective (uncredited)
Muriel Young ...
Clara (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Sidney Gilliat ... producer
Frank Launder ... producer
E.M. Smedley-Aston ... associate producer (as M. Smedley-Aston)

Music by 

Malcolm Arnold

Cinematography by 

Edward Scaife ... director of photography (as Ted Scaife)

Film Editing by 

Gerald Turney-Smith ... (as G. Turney-Smith)

Art Direction by 

Wilfred Shingleton ... (as Wilfrid Shingleton)

Costume Design by 

Anna Duse ... dress designer

Makeup Department 

Gladys Atkinson ... hairdresser
George Partleton ... makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Percy Hermes ... assistant director
Douglas Hermes ... second assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department 

Reg Bream ... draughtsman (uncredited)
Arthur Lawson ... assistant art director (uncredited)
Anthony Masters ... draughtsman (uncredited)
Peter Mullins ... scenic artist (uncredited)

Sound Department 

John Cox ... sound supervisor
Lee Doig ... sound editor
Red Law ... sound recordist
George Stephenson ... sound recordist (as G.R. Stephenson)
Alan Blay ... sound maintenance (uncredited)
Jack Davies ... sound camera operator (uncredited)
Sandy Fairlie ... sound recordist (uncredited)
Barbara Hopkins ... dubbing crew (uncredited)
Bob Jones ... dubbing crew (uncredited)

Special Effects by 

Wally Veevers ... special effects (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Robert Day ... camera operator (as Bob Day)
Ronald Etherington ... clapper loader (uncredited)
Gerry Fisher ... focus puller (uncredited)
Alan Hall ... clapper loader (uncredited)
Norman Hargood ... still photographer (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Bridget Sellers ... wardrobe supervisor (uncredited)

Editorial Department 

Lee Doig ... assembly cutter (uncredited)

Music Department 

Muir Mathieson ... conductor

Other crew 

Cyril Coke ... assistant to producers
Constance Willis ... continuity (as Connie Willis)
Catherine O'Brien ... unit publicist (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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