The Man Who Was Thursday (1947)

A poet working as a police spy infiltrates a group of anarchists, only to find that they're not what they seem to be.

Writers:

Jan Bussell (adapted by), G.K. Chesterton (novel) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Cast overview:
Harold Scott ... Gabriel Syme (Thursday)
Wilfred Fletcher Wilfred Fletcher ... Secretary (Monday)
Don Gemmell Don Gemmell ... Gogol (Tuesday)
Campbell Singer Campbell Singer ... Marquis (Wednesday)
Richard Goolden Richard Goolden ... Professor de Worms (Friday)
Alan Reid Alan Reid ... Doctor (Saturday)
Peter Bull ... President (Sunday)
Leonard Sachs Leonard Sachs ... Gregory
Brian Haines Brian Haines ... Comrade Buttons
Stringer Davis Stringer Davis ... Comrade Witherspoon
Arnold Diamond ... Colonel du Croix
Victor Platt Victor Platt ... Ambassador
Morris Sweden Morris Sweden ... Old Man
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A poet working as a police spy infiltrates a group of anarchists, only to find that they're not what they seem to be.

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Genres:

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 July 1947 (UK) See more »

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Mono
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