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The White Angel (1936) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

William Dieterle

Writing Credits  

Mordaunt Shairp ... (screenplay)
 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ... (poem)
 
Michael Jacoby ... (uncredited)
Lytton Strachey ... (biographical essay in "Eminent Victorians") (uncredited)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

... Florence 'Flo' Nightingale
... Reporter Fuller of the London Times
... Charles Cooper
... Dr. West
... Dr. Hunt
... Dr. Scott
... Tommy 'Tom', the Drummer Boy
Charles Croker-King ... Mr. Nightingale
... Mrs. Elizabeth Herbert
George Curzon ... Mr. Sidney Herbert
... Mrs. Nightingale
Ara Gerald ... Ella Stephens
... Lord Raglan
... Sister Colomba (Sister Colombo in Credits)
... Mr. Bullock, Under Secretary of War
Ferdinand Munier ... Alexis Soyer, the Cook
... Parthenope 'Parthe' Nightingale (as Lillian Cooper)
Egon Brecher ... Pastor Fliedner
Tempe Pigott ... Mrs. Waters, the Drunken Nurse
... Minna
... Mr. Le Froy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lowden Adams ... Secretary (uncredited)
Harry Allen ... Soldier Bothered By Rats (uncredited)
Dorothy Arville ... Nurse (uncredited)
... Sentry (uncredited)
... Customs Inspector (uncredited)
May Beatty ... Nurse (uncredited)
Daisy Belmore ... Nurse (uncredited)
... Captain (uncredited)
Wilson Benge ... Jones, a Male Nurse (uncredited)
Robert Bolder ... Doctor (uncredited)
George Broughton ... Corporal (uncredited)
George Bunny ... Coachman (uncredited)
Rita Carlyle ... Mrs. Mellon (uncredited)
David Cavendish ... Orderly in Dr. Scott's Office (uncredited)
Fay Chaldecott ... Praying Child in Cottage (uncredited)
... Dr. Smith, a Surgeon (uncredited)
... Sentry at Balaclava Hospital (uncredited)
... Perkins, a Soldier (uncredited)
... Hospital Storekeeper (uncredited)
Bob Corey ... Raglan Staff Officer (uncredited)
Thomas A. Curran ... Officer in Barracks (uncredited)
J. Gunnis Davis ... Secretary (uncredited)
W.H. Davis ... Old Man (uncredited)
... Second Lady Disapproving of Florence (uncredited)
... Officer in Barracks (uncredited)
Edith Ellison ... Old Woman (uncredited)
... Nurse (uncredited)
... Porter (uncredited)
E.L. Fisher-Smith ... Soldier (uncredited)
Neil Fitzgerald ... Officer in Barracks (uncredited)
Mary Forbes ... First Lady Disapproving of Florence (uncredited)
Art Foster ... Doctor (uncredited)
Hugh Gee ... Soldier (uncredited)
... Orderly (uncredited)
... Nursing Applicant (uncredited)
Helena Grant ... Sick Woman (uncredited)
... Colonel (uncredited)
Billy Griffith ... Orderly (uncredited)
Robert Hale ... Orderly (uncredited)
Alec Harford ... Times Office Clerk (uncredited)
Gordon Hart ... War Minister (uncredited)
... War Minister (uncredited)
... Queen Victoria (uncredited)
Harold Howard ... Orderly (uncredited)
Rose Hughes ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Olaf Hytten ... Orderly in Dr. Hunt's Office (uncredited)
Boyd Irwin ... Inspector (uncredited)
Charles Irwin ... Soldier Wanting to Say Goodbye (uncredited)
... Patient (uncredited)
Tiny Jones ... Woman Donating Soup (uncredited)
... Orderly in Raglan's Office (uncredited)
Louis King ... Secretary (uncredited)
Edith Kingdon ... Woman Concerned About Disposition of Donations (uncredited)
George Kirby ... Soldier (uncredited)
... Minor Role (uncredited)
Raymond Lawrence ... Officer in Barracks (uncredited)
... Nurse (uncredited)
... Raglan Staff Officer (uncredited)
Dan Maxwell ... Sergeant (uncredited)
James May ... Doctor (uncredited)
Leo McCabe ... Patient (uncredited)
... Secretary (uncredited)
... Hospital Superintendent (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer ... Officer at Minister's Meeting (uncredited)
Henry Mowbray ... Raglan Staff Officer (uncredited)
Doreen Munroe ... Applicant (uncredited)
Mrs. Wilfrid North ... Third Lady Disapproving of Florence (uncredited)
Vesey O'Davoren ... Thompson, Butler (uncredited)
Milton Owen ... Soldier (uncredited)
... Patient (uncredited)
Lionel Pape ... War Minister (uncredited)
Lon Poff ... Minor Role (uncredited)
John Power ... Doctor (uncredited)
Harrington Reynolds ... Raglan Staff Officer (uncredited)
John J. Richardson ... Cook Reporting to Jones (uncredited)
Gerald Rogers ... Wounded Soldier (uncredited)
John Rogers ... Patient (uncredited)
Hugh Saxon ... Gardener (uncredited)
Ann Shaw ... Nurse (uncredited)
... Old Officer (uncredited)
Maud Shearer ... Applicant (uncredited)
Reginald Sheffield ... Patient (uncredited)
Yorke Sherwood ... Constable with Mrs. Waters (uncredited)
Edwin Stanley ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Robert R. Stephenson ... Soldier (uncredited)
... Surgeon (uncredited)
Harry Stubbs ... Sergeant (uncredited)
Cyril Thornton ... Sick Woman's Husband (uncredited)
... Woman Donating Sheets (uncredited)
Kit Townsend ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Joseph R. Tozer ... Messenger From Queen (uncredited)
... Praying Child's Mother (uncredited)
Fred Walton ... Doctor (uncredited)
Kathrin Clare Ward ... Nurse (uncredited)
Elizabeth Weiner ... Mrs. Arnold (uncredited)
Emmy Weinniemach ... Deaconness (uncredited)
Cecil Weston ... Nurse (uncredited)
Tom Wilson ... Man 'Cooking' Shirts (uncredited)
Eric Wilton ... Servant Getting Nurse (uncredited)
... Patient (uncredited)
... Woman Donating Bandages (uncredited)

Music by 

Heinz Roemheld ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by 

Tony Gaudio

Film Editing by 

Warren Low

Art Direction by 

Anton Grot

Costume Design by 

Orry-Kelly ... (gowns)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Frank Shaw ... assistant director (uncredited)

Special Effects by 

Fred Jackman ... special photographic effects

Music Department 

Leo F. Forbstein ... musical director
Hugo Friedhofer ... orchestrator (uncredited)

Other crew 

Stanley Logan ... dialogue director
Henry Blanke ... supervisor (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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