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Star! (1968) Poster

(1968)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Robert Wise

Writing Credits  

William Fairchild ... (written by)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

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Richard Aldrich
Michael Craig ...
Sir Anthony Spencer
Daniel Massey ...
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Charles Fraser
Bruce Forsyth ...
Arthur Lawrence
Beryl Reid ...
Rose
John Collin ...
Jack Roper
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Andre Charlot
Richard Karlan ...
David Holtzmann
Lynley Laurence ...
Billie Carleton
Garrett Lewis ...
Anthony Eisley ...
Ben Mitchell
Jock Livingston ...
...
Dan
Harvey Jason ...
Bert
Mathilda Calnan ...
Dorothy (as Matilda Calnan)
Peter Church ...
Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Man in Brixton Music Hall (uncredited)
Kenneth Adams ...
Reporter (uncredited)
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Pamela Roper (uncredited)
Ruth Alexander ...
Woman at Shubert Alley (uncredited)
Kathy Allen ...
Fox Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Lionel Ames ...
Roman Officer (uncredited)
Richard Angarola ...
Cesare (uncredited)
Roger Arroyo ...
Dwarf (uncredited)
Peter Ashton ...
Harry (uncredited)
Wendy Atkin ...
Woman at Hyde Park (uncredited)
Harold Ayer ...
Man at Adelphi Theatre (uncredited)
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Singing Soldier (uncredited)
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Second Salesman at Cartier's (uncredited)
John Barclay ...
Elderly Tragedian (uncredited)
John Barrett ...
Speaker at Hyde Park (uncredited)
Linda Barrett ...
Woman, Bundles for Britain (uncredited)
James Beck ...
Drunken Soldier (uncredited)
Pat Becker ...
Mrs. Fraser (uncredited)
Brenda Bennett ...
Fox Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Jan Bickmor ...
Web Girl (uncredited)
Wally Bickmore ...
Web Man (uncredited)
Paul Bradley ...
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Eric Brotherson ...
Elder Stateman (uncredited)
Edwin Brown ...
Fourth Speaker at Hyde Park (uncredited)
Jack Carol ...
Newsreel Cameraman (uncredited)
Joseph Casstevens ...
Member of Flying Hillary's Trapeze Act (uncredited)
Gower Champion ...
'Limehouse Blues' dance partner (uncredited)
Charlie Charles ...
Wire Act (uncredited)
Lisl Charles ...
Wire Act (uncredited)
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Boatman (uncredited)
Jean Christopher ...
Fox Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Haskell Coffin ...
Man at Noel's Party (uncredited)
Thom Conroy ...
Man at Shubert Alley (uncredited)
Cathleen Cordell ...
Vendeuse (uncredited)
Don Crichton ...
Gertrude's 'Limehouse Blues' Dance Partner (uncredited)
Gwyneth Cullimore ...
Guest on Bus (uncredited)
Yutta D'Arcy ...
Vestel Virgin (uncredited)
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Charles' Wife (uncredited)
Michael Danvers-Walker ...
Lt. Martindale (uncredited)
Charles Davis ...
Writ Server (uncredited)
Lisa Davis ...
Fox Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Danny Dee ...
Man in Brixton Music Hall (uncredited)
Roger Delgado ...
French Ambassador (uncredited)
Paula Dell ...
Utility Acrobat (uncredited)
Trevor Doughty ...
Host (uncredited)
Andrew Downie ...
Drunken Soldier (uncredited)
Ted Dudomaine ...
English Roue (uncredited)
Marilyn England ...
Dwarf (uncredited)
Max Faulkner ...
Corp. Cooper (uncredited)
Carol Ferges ...
Utility Acrobat (uncredited)
Darryl Ferges ...
Tumbler (uncredited)
Daphne Field ...
Guest on Bus (uncredited)
Harry Fielder ...
Audience Patron (uncredited)
Alex Finlayson ...
Guest on Bus (uncredited)
Jerry Fitzgerald ...
Harold (uncredited)
Peter Forester ...
Guest in Gertie's Dressing Room (uncredited)
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Assistant to Lord Chamberlain (uncredited)
Suzanne France ...
Choreographer (uncredited)
Penny Francis ...
Young Gertie (uncredited)
Stanley Fraser ...
Man at Hyde Park (uncredited)
Mike Freeman ...
Man at Adelphi Theatre (uncredited)
Chris Gannon ...
Third Speaker at Hyde Park (uncredited)
Jan Gernat ...
Stage Manager (uncredited)
Josephine Gillick ...
Young Gertie (uncredited)
Ray Girardin ...
Young Reporter (uncredited)
Bob Gordon ...
Web Man (uncredited)
Austin Green ...
Ring Master (uncredited)
Seymour Green ...
Divorce Judge (uncredited)
Shelah Hackett ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Paul Harris ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Sally Harrison ...
Young Gertie (uncredited)
Gay Hartweg ...
Fox Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Joan Haythorne ...
Italian Conti (uncredited)
Eric Heath ...
Court Clerk (uncredited)
Ann Hubbell ...
Beryl, a Daffodil Girl (uncredited)
Robin Hughes ...
Third Hyde Park Speaker (uncredited)
Judy Jacobs ...
Web Girl (uncredited)
Frank Jarvis ...
First Soldier at St. James Palace (uncredited)
Gwen Watts Jones ...
Mrs. Wilson (uncredited)
Charlotte Knight ...
Man in Brixton Music Hall (uncredited)
Pamela Kosh ...
Guest on Bus (uncredited)
Jeanette Landis ...
Eph, a Daffodil Girl (uncredited)
Monte Landis ...
Julian Brooke-Taylor (uncredited)
Ruggera Lauber ...
Iron Jaw Act (uncredited)
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Hostess (uncredited)
Albert Leon ...
Charlot's Assistant (uncredited)
Queenie Leonard ...
Grand Dam (uncredited)
John Levingston ...
Man at Hyde Park (uncredited)
Irene Linsley ...
Guest in Gertie's Dressing Room (uncredited)
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New York Reporter (uncredited)
Damian London ...
Jerry Paul (uncredited)
Lewis Loughran ...
Man in Brixton Music Hall (uncredited)
Ysabel MacCloskey ...
Guest in Gertie's Dressing Room (uncredited)
Sean MacGregor ...
Man in Brixton Music Hall (uncredited)
Barry Macollum ...
Dan (uncredited)
Jean MacRae ...
Woman at Noel's Party (uncredited)
Laura Mason ...
Woman at Noel's Party (uncredited)
Murray Matheson ...
Bankruptcy Judge (uncredited)
Lester Matthews ...
Lord Chamberlain (uncredited)
Kim McCarthy ...
Young Gertie (uncredited)
Winnie McCarthy ...
Woman in Brixton Music Hal (uncredited)
Bernard McDonald ...
Ron James (uncredited)
William Mervyn ...
General (uncredited)
Eric Micklewood ...
Guest on Bus (uncredited)
Barry P. Mitchell ...
Member of Flying Hillary's Trapeze Act (uncredited)
Roy Monsell ...
Guest in Gertie's Dressing Room (uncredited)
Ralph Montgomery ...
Reporter (uncredited)
Clive Morton ...
Army Officer Outside Window (uncredited)
Olive Morton ...
General (uncredited)
Justus Motter ...
Web Man (uncredited)
Wesley Murphy ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Francis Napier ...
Singing Soldier (uncredited)
Jo Ann Norvell ...
Dwarf (uncredited)
William O'Toole ...
Man in Brixton Music Hall (uncredited)
Barbara Ogilvie ...
Mary (uncredited)
Brian Peck ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Linda Peck ...
Actress (uncredited)
Lynn Perry ...
Man at Noel's Party (uncredited)
Gerald Peters ...
Guest in Gertie's Dressing Room (uncredited)
Ellen Plasschaert ...
Moo, a Daffodil Girl (uncredited)
John Ramirez ...
Dwarf (uncredited)
Walter Reed ...
Photographer (uncredited)
Danny Rees ...
Juggler (uncredited)
Robert Rietty ...
French Ambassador (uncredited)
Dar Robinson ...
Utility Acrobat (uncredited)
Dinah Anne Rogers ...
Molly, a Daffodil Girl (uncredited)
Betty Russell ...
Woman Reporter (uncredited)
Barbara Sandland ...
Mavis, a Daffodil Girl (uncredited)
Jill Sanzo ...
Fox Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Audrey Saunders ...
Web Girl (uncredited)
Ray Saunders ...
Acrobatic Act (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ...
Stage Manager (uncredited)
Mildred Shay ...
Woman Reporter (uncredited)
Frank Singuineau ...
African Ambassador (uncredited)
Elizabeth St. Clair ...
Jeannie Banks (uncredited)
Geoffrey Steele ...
Englishman at Noel's Party (uncredited)
Gilchrist Stuart ...
Footman (uncredited)
Grady Sutton ...
First Salesman at Cartier's (uncredited)
Patricia Tidy ...
Woman in Hyde Park (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ...
Party Guest (uncredited)
John Trevor ...
Noel Coward as a Child (uncredited)
Anna Turner ...
Mrs. Klasen (uncredited)
Terence Vliet ...
Julian Brooke-Taylor (uncredited)
Barbara Ann Warkmeister ...
Member of Flying Hillary's Trapeze Act (uncredited)
Mel Warkmeister ...
Member of Flying Hillary's Trapeze Act (uncredited)
Ruth Warshawsky ...
Woman at Noel's Party (uncredited)
Paul Weber ...
Maitre d' Cotton Club (uncredited)
H.E. West ...
Man at Noel's Party (uncredited)
Monty Whitney ...
Call Boy 'Red Peppers' (uncredited)
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Drunk (uncredited)
Cicley Wolper ...
Englishwoman at Noel's Party (uncredited)
Merri Wood-Taylor ...
Woman at Adelphi Theatre (uncredited)
Steve Woodman ...
Man (uncredited)
John Woodnutt ...
Second Speaker, Hyde Park Corner (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Saul Chaplin ... producer

Music by 

Lennie Hayton ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by 

Ernest Laszlo ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

William Reynolds

Production Design by 

Boris Leven

Set Decoration by 

Howard Bristol
Walter M. Scott

Costume Design by 

Donald Brooks

Makeup Department 

William Buell ... makeup artist
Hal Saunders ... hair stylist: Ms. Andrews
William Turner ... makeup artist

Production Management 

Saul Wurtzel ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Ridgeway Callow ... assistant director
Nicolas Hippisley-Coxe ... third assistant director (uncredited)
Richard Jenkins ... second assistant director (uncredited)
David Tringham ... first assistant director: UK (uncredited)

Art Department 

Dennis J. Parrish ... property master (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Bernard Freericks ... sound
Murray Spivack ... sound
Douglas O. Williams ... sound

Special Effects by 

Gerald Endler ... mechanical effects (uncredited)

Visual Effects by 

L.B. Abbott ... special photographic effects
Art Cruickshank ... special photographic effects
Emil Kosa Jr. ... special photographic effects

Stunts 

Paula Dell ... stunts (uncredited)
Russell Saunders ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Keith Blake ... clapper loader (uncredited)
Ron Pearce ... gaffer (uncredited)
Donald C. Rogers ... photographer: second unit (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Adele Balkan ... wardrober
Bill Hargate ... Donald Brooks' assistant costume designer (uncredited): uncredited
Ed Wynigear ... wardrober
Joan Joseff ... costume jeweller (uncredited)

Music Department 

Lennie Hayton ... conductor / music arranger
Michael Kidd ... dances and musical numbers staged by
Robert Tracy ... music editor
Jay Thompson ... composer: dance music (uncredited)

Other crew 

Shelah Hackett ... dance assistant
Maurice Zuberano ... production associate
Crew believed to be complete

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