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Loss of Innocence (1961) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Lewis Gilbert

Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)  

Rumer Godden ... (novel)
Rumer Godden ... (screenplay)
Howard Koch

Cast (in credits order)  

...
Eliot
...
Madame Zisi
...
Claude Nollier ...
Madame Corbet
...
Hester
Elizabeth Dear ...
Vicky
Richard Williams ...
Wilmouse
David Saire ...
Paul
Raymond Gérôme ...
Renard
Maurice Denham ...
Uncle William
André Maranne ...
Monsieur Dufour
Harold Kasket ...
Monsieur Prideaux (as Harold Kaskett)
Jacques B. Brunius ...
Monsieur Joubert
Joy Shelton ...
Mrs. Grey
Balbina ...
Mauricette
Will Stampe ...
Monsieur Armand (as Will Stamp)
Jean Ozenne ...
Champagne Director
Jacques Dhéry ...
Bargee
...
American tourist
Fred Johnson ...
American Tourist
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Produced by 

Victor Saville ... producer
Edward Small ... producer

Music by 

Richard Addinsell

Cinematography by 

Freddie Young ... (as Frederick A Young)

Film Editing by 

Peter R. Hunt

Production Design by 

John Stoll

Art Direction by 

John Stoll ... (uncredited)

Costume Design by 

Julie Harris

Makeup Department 

Betty Glasow ... hairdresser
George Partleton ... makeup artist

Production Management 

John Dark ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Frank Ernst ... assistant director

Art Department 

Herbert Smith ... assistant production designer
Herbert Stoll ... assistant art director (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Bert Ross ... sound recordist

Visual Effects by 

Irene Haas ... title designer

Camera and Electrical Department 

Harry Gillam ... camera operator
Mike Fox ... clapper loader (uncredited)

Editorial Department 

John Gilbert ... assistant editor (uncredited)
Barney Platts-Mills ... third assistant editor (uncredited)

Music Department 

Muir Mathieson ... music conductor

Other crew 

Shirley Barnes ... continuity

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