Golden Showcase (1961– )

The Picture of Dorian Gray 

Despite an increasingly sinful life, Dorian Gray keeps on looking young and handsome and innocent - but the portrait of him hidden in his attic keeps on changing.

Director:

Paul Bogart

Writers:

Jacqueline Babbin (adaptation), Audrey Maas (adaptation) (as Audrey Gellen) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
John Fraser ... Dorian Gray
George C. Scott ... Lord Henry Wotton
Susan Oliver ... Sybil Vane / Hetty Merton
Louis Hayward ... Basil Hallward
Margaret Phillips ... Pamela
Robert Goodier Robert Goodier
Carrie Nye Carrie Nye ... Felicia
Norman Bowler ... Alan Campbell
Robert Walker Jr. ... James Vane (as Robert Walker)
William Jackson ... Francis
Paul Sparer Paul Sparer ... Romeo
Jonathan Frid ... Mercutio
Paxton Whitehead ... Benvolio
Cedric Hardwicke ... Narrator
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Despite an increasingly sinful life, Dorian Gray keeps on looking young and handsome and innocent - but the portrait of him hidden in his attic keeps on changing.

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 December 1961 (USA) See more »

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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Sir Cedric Hardwicke also spoke the narration for the 1945 movie version of this famous story. See more »

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An interesting and intelligent one hour version of DORIAN
17 November 2016 | by marquisdeposaSee all my reviews

Saw this on Youtube recently. Good adaptation. They double the part of Sybil Vane to also portray the girl in the country. There is one part of the novel that they leave out but I'll let you see it and pick it out ! It doesn't really mar the story at all. Unfortunately the Youtube print is very bad. The audio is fine but the picture is extremely poor. But it is an interesting and intelligent addition to the DORIAN canon.

George C. Scott is terrific as Lord Henry.

I gave it a 7 because of the poor picture quality. And I believe the visuals of the portrait are important in this version because there seems to be close-ups at times. Unfortunately this is when the picture quality is at its worst.


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