Oscar Wilde (1960)

Oscar Wilde


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Robert Morley is ideally cast as the legendary playwright, poet, and wit Oscar Wilde in this biographical look at the author's tumultuous life. While he was married to a woman named Constance (Phyllis Calvert), Wilde was primarily attracted to men, and at the height of his fame, he became involved with Lord Alfred Douglas (John Neville), the estranged son of the Marquis of Queensberry (Edward Chapman). The Marquis, who disliked Wilde, publicly referred to him as a "sodomite," and Wilde sued for … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Gay & Lesbian
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as Oscar Wilde

as Constance Wilde

as Lord Alfred Douglas

as Sir Edward Carson

as Robert Ross

as Sir Edgar Clarke

as Marquis of Queensber...

as George Alexander

as Justice Henn Collins

as Justice Wills

as Solicitor-General

as Lionel Johnson

as Richard Legallienne

as Clerk of Arraigns

as Inspector Richards
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