"A Tale of Two Cities" quotes

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During the turbulent days of the French Revolution, Frenchwoman Lucie Manette falls in love with Englishman Charles Darnay, who's hiding his true identity and purpose.

Director: Ralph Thomas
Writer: Charles Dickens, T.E.B. Clarke
Production: N/A
Year: 1958
MetaScore: N/A/100
ImdbRating: 7.1
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 04 Aug 1958
Awards: N/A

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Sydney Carton - Dirk Bogarde
Lucie Manette - Dorothy Tutin
Jarvis Lorry - Cecil Parker
Dr. Manette - Stephen Murray
Miss Pross - Athene Seyler
Charles Darnay - Paul Guers
Marie Gabelle - Marie Versini
Gabelle - Ian Bannen
Jerry Cruncher - Alfie Bass
Stryver - Ernest Clark
Madame Defarge - Rosalie Crutchley
The Vengeance - Freda Jackson
Ernest Defarge - Duncan Lamont
Marquis St. Evremonde - Christopher Lee
Attorney General-Old Bailey - Leo McKern
Sawyer - Eric Pohlmann
Peasant - Chris Adcock
Citizen - John Adderley
Peasant Girl - Dominique Boschero
Man in Court - Wallace Bosco
Tom--Coach Driver - Michael Brennan
Citizen - Daniel Brown
Mellor - Peter Copley
Minor Role - Lesley Dudley
Defarge Employee - Jacques Dufilho
Citizen - Norman Fisher
Citizen - Bernard Foreman
Citizen - Chick Fowles
Grave Robber - Danny Green
Minor Role - Raymond James
Porter - Barry Johns
Man in Crowd - Gerry Judge
Jailer - Harold Kasket
Citizen - Cyril Kent
Joe--Coach Guard - Sam Kydd
Citizen - Jack May
Bastille Governor - Guy Mills
President of Tribunal - Laurence Payne
Gaspard - Sacha Pitoëff
Prisoner - Dido Plumb
Citizen - Charles Price
Foreman of Jury - Robert Rietty
Roger Cly - George Rose
Man in Defarge's - Reg Thomason
Grave Robber - Alan Tilvern
Stable Boy - Ian Whittaker
Man at pillory outside the Old Bailey - Brian Wilde
Dover Innkeeper - George Woodbridge