Quartet (1949)



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The first of three well-received "omnibus" films hosted by Somerset Maugham, Quartet features four of Maugham's most celebrated stories, each introduced by the author himself. In "The Facts of Life," a seemingly innocent British youth (Jack Watling) is targeted for a shakedown by a beautiful adventuress (Mai Zetterling), while Basil Radford and Naunton Wayne perform their usual brilliant byplay. In "The Alien Corn," a young aristocrat (Dirk Bogarde) hopes to become a professional concert … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Art House & International, Classics, Comedy
Directed By: , , , ,
Written By: W. Somerset Maugham, R.C. Sherriff
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On DVD: Jun 7, 1988



as Henry Garnet

as Leslie

as Ralph

as George Bland

as Thomas

as Herbert Sunbury

as Col. Peregrine

as Mrs. Garnet

as Mrs. Peregrine

as Sir Frederick Bland

as Lady Bland

as Uncle John

as Aunt Maud

as Lea Makart

as Prison Visitor

as Prison Officer

as Herbeil boy

as Beatrice Sunbury

as Samuel Sunbury

as Betty

as First Club Man

as Second Club Man

as Henry Dashwood

as Duke of Cleverel

as Maryin

as John Coleman

as Bannock

as Railway Passenger

as Henry Blane

as Gushing Woman
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