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The Canterbury Tales (1972) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Pier Paolo Pasolini

Writing Credits  

Pier Paolo Pasolini ... (screenplay)
 
Geoffrey Chaucer ... (book) (as G. Chaucer)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

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Sir January
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Perkin
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...
May
Alan Webb ...
Old Man
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J.P. Van Dyne ...
The Cook
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The Franklin
Adrian Street ...
Fighter
O.T. ...
Chief Witch-Hunter (as OT)
Derek Deadman ...
The Pardoner (as Derek Deadmin)
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Friar
George Bethell Datch ...
Host of the Tabard (as George B. Datch)
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Nicholas
Michael Balfour ...
John the carpenter
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Alison
Peter Cain ...
Absalom
Daniele Buckler ...
Witch Hunter (as Daniel Buckler)
John Francis Lane ...
Greedy friar
Settimo Castagna ...
Angel (as Settimio Castagna)
Athol Coats ...
Rich homosexual
Judy Stewart-Murray ...
Alice
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Jenkin
Oscar Fochetti ...
Damian
Willoughby Goddard ...
Placebo
Peter Stephens ...
Justinus
Giuseppe Arrigio ...
Pluto (as Giuseppe Arrigo)
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Prosperine
Gordon King ...
Chancellor
Patrick Duffett ...
Alan
Eamann Howell ...
John
Tiziano Longo ...
Simkin the miller (as Albert King)
Eileen King ...
Simkin's wife
Heather Johnson ...
Molly
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Rufus (as Robin Asquith)
Martin Whelar ...
Jack the Justice
John McLaren ...
Johnny the Grace
Edward Monteith ...
Dick the Sparrow
Kervin Breen
Franca Sciutto
Vittorio Fanfoni
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Leonard S. Brooks ...
Businessman (uncredited)
Stephen Calcutt ...
The Groom (uncredited)
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2nd homosexual lover (uncredited)
Charles De la Tour ...
Inn-keeper (uncredited)
Francis De Wolff ...
The Bride's father (uncredited)
Michael Derrek ...
Robin (uncredited)
Andrew Dymock ...
Bill (uncredited)
V. Edwards ...
The Old Woman (uncredited)
Dorothy Everall ...
Perkin's mother (uncredited)
Diana Fisher ...
The Bride (uncredited)
Chris Greener ...
Sir Elephant (uncredited)
David Hatton ...
Poor homosexual (uncredited)
Judo Al Hayes ...
Fighter (uncredited)
Terry Hooper ...
L'allodoliere (uncredited)
Robert Brook Howard ...
Vicar of the Monestary (uncredited)
Karl Howman ...
1st homosexual lover (uncredited)
Richard Hughes ...
Administrator (uncredited)
Laurie Inch ...
Mary (uncredited)
Charlotte Kell ...
The Prioress (uncredited)
Pinky Martin ...
The Nun (uncredited)
Alan McConnell ...
Master Gervaso (uncredited)
Norman McGlen ...
Perkin's father (uncredited)
Peter McGregor ...
The Merchant (uncredited)
Hugh McKenzie-Bailey ...
Thomas (uncredited)
Roderick McLeod ...
Knight's Attendant (uncredited)
Anthony Moore ...
The Spy (uncredited)
Ken Muggleston ...
Doctor (uncredited)
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Prior (uncredited)
Ray Parks ...
Sergeant (uncredited)
Martin Philips ...
Martin (uncredited)
Selwyn Roberts ...
The Knight (uncredited)
Anita Sanders ...
Thomas' wife (uncredited)
Marc Sinclair ...
Ensemble (uncredited)
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Priest (uncredited)
Reg Stuart ...
4th Husband (uncredited)
Steve Whitton ...
Youth Without Name (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Alberto Grimaldi ... producer

Music by 

Ennio Morricone ... (as Mº Ennio Morricone)

Cinematography by 

Tonino Delli Colli

Film Editing by 

Nino Baragli

Production Design by 

Dante Ferretti

Set Decoration by 

Ken Muggleston

Costume Design by 

Danilo Donati

Makeup Department 

Giancarlo De Leonardis ... key hair stylist / wig maker
Otello Sisi ... makeup artist

Production Management 

Ennio Onorati ... production manager
Alessandro von Norman ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Umberto Angelucci ... assistant director
Sergio Citti ... assistant director
Peter Shepherd ... assistant director

Art Department 

Carlo Agati ... assistant designer

Sound Department 

Massimo Anzellotti ... sound effects editor
Gianni D'Amico ... sound mixer
Luciano Muratori ... boom operator
Primiano Muratori ... sound engineer

Special Effects by 

Luciano Anzellotti ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department 

Mimmo Cattarinich ... still photographer
Maurizio Lucchini ... assistant camera
Claudio Sabatini ... assistant camera
Carlo Tafani ... camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Vanni Castellani ... assistant costume designer

Editorial Department 

Stephen Bearman ... colorist
Anita Cacciolati ... assistant editor
Ugo De Rossi ... assistant editor

Music Department 

Ennio Morricone ... music advisor (as Mº Ennio Morricone)
Pier Paolo Pasolini ... music supervisor (as P.P. Pasolini)

Other crew 

Beatrice Banfi ... secretary
Adriano Magistretti ... English production coordinator
Anthony Moore ... production coordinator: UK
Ken Muggleston ... interior designer
Peter Shepherd ... assistant to director
Franca Tasso ... production secretary
Marco Bellocchio ... voice dubbing: John Francis Lane (uncredited)
Eduardo De Filippo ... voice dubbing: Alan Webb (uncredited)
Francesco Leonetti ... voice dubbing: George Bethell Datch (uncredited)

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