"Farewell Again" (also known as "Sei ore a terra") is a Drama film directed by Tim Whelan, released in the USA on April 25 of 1938 . Leslie Banks is starring, alongside Flora Robson, Sebastian Shaw, Patricia Hilliard, Robert Cochran and Anthony Bushell.
Who directed "Farewell Again":
Farewell Again was directed by Tim Whelan, an American director, writer, actor, and producer.
Before Farewell Again, Tim Whelan had directed The Mill on the Floss, released in 1937, The Murder Man (1935). Since, he directed The Divorce of Lady X, released in 1938, Sidewalks of London (1938), Q Planes (1939), The Thief of Bagdad (1940), The Mad Doctor (1941), and Twin Beds (1942).
When was "Farewell Again" released:
Farewell Again was first released in the United States on Monday, April 25, 1938. Also released on this day was The Adventures of Robin Hood (dir. Michael Curtiz and William Keighley). This was eighty-one (81) years ago.
It has been released on Saturday, May 15, 1937 in the United Kingdom.
Who is at the casting of "Farewell Again":
At the casting of Farewell Again we find Leslie Banks, previously seen in Fire Over England (1937) and The Tunnel (1935); Flora Robson (Fire Over England (1937), The Private Life of Don Juan (1934)); Sebastian Shaw (Men Are Not Gods (1936)) [ more... ]
- J.H. Roberts, Martita Hunt, Edward Lexy and Wally Patch also appeared in The Ghosts of Berkeley Square, released in 1947.
- Edie Martin and Edward Lexy, Maire O'Neill, Alf Goddard also appeared in Sidewalks of London, released in 1938.
- Gertrude Musgrove and J.H. Roberts, Edward Lexy can be seen in The Divorce of Lady X, released in 1938.
- J.H. Roberts, Eliot Makeham and Wally Patch can be seen in Night Train to Munich, released in 1940.
- Alf Goddard and Eliot Makeham, Wally Patch also appeared together in Return to Yesterday, released in 1940.
- Alf Goddard and Edward Lexy, Maire O'Neill also worked together in Convoy, released in 1940.
- Alf Goddard and Eliot Makeham, Gertrude Musgrove can all be seen in A Window in London, released in 1940.
- Flora Robson, Robert Newton and Wally Patch can all be seen in Poison Pen, released in 1940.
- Bill Shine and Anthony Bushell, Gertrude Musgrove can be seen in The Scarlet Pimpernel, released in 1934.
- Anthony Bushell, Robert Newton and Eliot Makeham also appeared in Dark Journey, released in 1937.
- Gertrude Musgrove and Robert Cochran, Wally Patch can all be seen in The Man Who Could Work Miracles, released in 1936.
- Robert Newton and Leslie Banks, Flora Robson can be seen in Fire Over England, released in 1937.
- Leslie Banks, Anthony Bushell and Maire O'Neill can be seen in The Arsenal Stadium Mystery, released in 1940.
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