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(1969)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Stanley Donen

Writing Credits  

Charles Dyer ... (screenplay)
 
Charles Dyer ... (play "Staircase")

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

...
Charles Dyer
...
Harry Leeds, Owner of Chez Harry
Cathleen Nesbitt ...
Harry's Mother
Beatrix Lehmann ...
Charlie's Mother
Michael Rogers ...
Drag Singer
Royston Starr ...
Drag Singer
Jake Kavanagh ...
Choirboy
Dermot Kelly ...
Gravedigger
Gordon Heath ...
Postman
Avril Angers ...
Miss Ricard
Neil Wilson ...
Policeman
Shelagh Fraser ...
Cub Mistress
Gwen Nelson ...
Matron
Pat Heywood ...
Nurse
Stephen Lewis ...
Jack
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Katya Wyeth ...
(uncredited)
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Produced by 

Stanley Donen ... producer

Music by 

Dudley Moore

Cinematography by 

Christopher Challis ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

Richard Marden

Casting By 

Maude Spector

Art Direction by 

Willy Holt

Makeup Department 

Ron Berkeley ... makeup artist: Mr. Burton
Alberto De Rossi ... makeup artist: Mr. Harrison
Alain Folgoas ... special makeup effects assistant: Mr Burton (uncredited)

Production Management 

Marc Maurette ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Marc Grunebaum ... assistant director
Pierre Roubaud ... assistant director
Bernard Stora ... second assistant director (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Jean-Louis Ducarme ... sound mixer
Kenout Peltier ... dubbing editor
Alex Pront ... sound mixer

Camera and Electrical Department 

Philippe Brun ... camera operator
Freddie Cooper ... camera operator (as Frederick Cooper)
Roy Larner ... gaffer (uncredited)
Jacques Mironneau ... assistant camera (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Clare Rendlesham ... wardrobe supervisor

Other crew 

Maurice Binder ... title designer
Arthur Carroll ... production executive
Crew believed to be complete

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