Trio

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Trio was the 1950 follow-up to the successful Somerset Maugham "omnibus" feature Quartet. Maugham himself introduces the three short playlets in this captivating collection. "The Verger" stars James Hayter as a church verger who loses his position when it is discovered that he can neither read nor write. With the help of sympathetic Kathleen Harrison, Hayter becomes a successful tobacconist, a turn of events leading inexorably to the story's beautifully ironic punchline. In "Mister Know-All," Nigel Patrick plays an obnoxious, garrulous passenger on a luxury cruise, who becomes a hero simply by knowing when to shut up. The final story, "Sanitorium," details the touching romance between tuberculosis victims Michael Rennie and Jean Simmons. Like Quartet, this was popular and successful enough to inspire a sequel, 1951's Encore. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast

James Hayter
as Albert Foreman
Anne Crawford
as Mrs. Ramsay [Mr. Knowall]
Felix Aylmer
as Bank Manager
Nigel Patrick
as Kelada [Mr. Knowall]
Jean Simmons
as Evie Bishop [Sanatorium]
Michael Rennie
as Maj. Templeton [Sanatorium]
Michael Hordern
as The Vicar
Kathleen Harrison
as Emma Foreman
Henry Edwards
as Church Warden
Naunton Wayne
as Mr. Ramsay [Mr. Knowall]
Clive Morton
as Ship's Captain [Mr. Knowall]
Bill Travers
as Fellowes [Mr. Knowall]
Dennis Harkin
as Captain's Steward [Mr. Knowall]
Michael Medwin
as Steward [Mr. Knowall]
Roland Culver
as Mr. Ashenden [Sanatorium]
Raymond Huntley
as Mr. Chester [Sanatorium]
Betty Ann Davies
as Mrs. Chester [Sanatorium]
André Morell
as Dr. Lennox [Sanatorium]
John Laurie
as Mr. Campbell [Sanatorium]
Finlay Currie
as Mr. Macleod [Sanatorium]
Marjorie Fielding
as Mrs. Whitbread [Sanatorium]
Harry Fowler
as [Sanatorium]
Wilfrid Hyde-White
as Grey [Mr. Knowall]
Mary Merrall
as Miss Atkin [Sanatorium]
Michael Ward
as [Sanatorium]
Joan Schofield
as [Sanatorium]
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