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(1975)

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The role of Sagerdo was first intended for a younger man, in fact all the original possibles were men in their 30s.
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Joseph Losey had also directed the original Broadway production of "Galileo", twenty-eight years previously (in 1947).
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Lindsay Anderson turned down the part of The Infuriated Monk.
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Michael Gough was an eleventh-hour choice after the actor first cast as Sagredo was taken ill during lunch.
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John Gielgud's cameo was filmed in one day
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All the cast worked for little money.
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Michael Gough is nowhere to be found in the casting interviews/ideas lists of Sagredo kept by the BFI Special collection.
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Basil Henson was first cast in another role.
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