The Mill on the Floss1937
"The Mill on the Floss" (also known as "Mulino sulla Floss, Il") is a Drama film directed by Tim Whelan, released on November 14 of 1939 in the USA , starring Frank Lawton, Victoria Hopper, Fay Compton, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Mary Clare and James Mason.
Who directed "The Mill on the Floss":
The Mill on the Floss was directed by Tim Whelan, an American director, writer, actor, and producer.
Before making The Mill on the Floss, Tim Whelan had directed The Murder Man, released in 1935. Since, he directed Farewell Again, released in 1937, The Divorce of Lady X (1938), Sidewalks of London (1938), Q Planes (1939), The Thief of Bagdad (1940), and The Mad Doctor (1941).
When was "The Mill on the Floss" released:
The Mill on the Floss was initially released on Tuesday, November 14, 1939, in the United States.. This was seventy-nine (79) years ago.
It has been released on January, 1937 in the United Kingdom.
Who is at the casting of "The Mill on the Floss":
At the casting of The Mill on the Floss we find Frank Lawton, previously seen in The Devil-Doll (1936) and The Invisible Ray (1936); Victoria Hopper (The Lonely Road (1936), Laburnum Grove (1936)); Fay Compton (Waltzes from Vienna (1934), Autumn Crocus (1934)) [ more... ]
- David Horne and James Mason, Felix Aylmer, Ivor Barnard can be seen in The Wicked Lady, released in 1945.
- Mary Clare, Athene Seyler, Felix Aylmer and Eliot Makeham have all also be seen in The Citadel, released in 1938.
- Felix Aylmer, Eliot Makeham, David Horne and O.B. Clarence also worked together in The Magic Bow, released in 1946.
- Fay Compton, Athene Seyler, Eliot Makeham and Cecil Ramage also appeared in Nicholas Nickleby, released in 1947.
- Athene Seyler, Ivor Barnard and O.B. Clarence have all also be seen in Quiet Wedding, released in 1941.
- Amy Veness, Ivor Barnard and David Horne also appeared in Madeleine, released in 1950.
- O.B. Clarence and Felix Aylmer, Eliot Makeham can all be seen in Saloon Bar, released in 1940.
- David Horne and Felix Aylmer, Eliot Makeham also appeared in Night Train to Munich, released in 1940.
- James Mason, Amy Veness and David Horne also appeared together in They Were Sisters, released in 1945.
- Ivor Barnard and Mary Clare, Amy Veness also appeared in Oliver Twist, released in 1948.
- Eliot Makeham, David Horne and O.B. Clarence also appeared in Return to Yesterday, released in 1940.
- Geraldine Fitzgerald, Eliot Makeham and Ivor Barnard also worked together in So Evil My Love, released in 1948.
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