The ruling class

Dieu et mon droit

Directed by: Peter Medak, , Great Britain, 1971

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Cast and Credits

Production Keep Films Ltd.
United Artists
Producer Jules Buck
Jack Hawkins
Associate Producer David Korda
Director Peter Medak
Scenario Peter Barnes
Story Peter Barnes [Play]
Composer John Cameron
Production Design Peter Murton
Cast Harry Andrews [13th Earl of Guerney]
Coral Browne [Lady Claire]
Michael Bryant [Dr. Herder]
Hugh Burden [Matthew Peake]
Patsy Byrne [Mrs. Treadwell]
Joan Cooper [Nurse Brice]
Graham Crowden [Truscott]
Nigel Green [McKyle]
Margaret Lacey [Midwife]
Arthur Lowe [Tucker]
William Mervyn [Sir Charles]
Peter O'Toole [14th Earl of Guerney]
Carolyn Seymour [Grace]
Alastair Sim [Bishop Lampton]
James Villiers [Dinsdale]
Kay Walsh [Mrs. Pigott Jones]

Technical specifications
Technical Details: Color,Length: 155 minutes
Sound System: not indicated

General Information

The ruling class is a motion picture produced in the year 1971 as a Great Britain production. The Film was directed by Peter Medak, with Kay Walsh, Coral Browne, Michael Bryant, Hugh Burden, Patsy Byrne, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The ruling class available.

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