Main title from Trio (1950) (3). W Somerset Maugham’s Trio


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| Film | | United Kingdom | B&W | Drama, Romance | 1h 31min |
Stars: James Hayter, Kathleen Harrison, Felix Aylmer | Directors: Ken Annakin, Harold French

Following Quartet, three more stories from Somerset Maugham: The Verger, Mr Knowall, and Sanitorium

Cast (25)

James Hayter
Albert Foreman – Coach Driver
British actress Kathleen Harrison wears a striped blouse
Emma Brown Foreman
British actor Felix Aylmer wears a white dinner jacket and bow tie
Bank Manager
Lana Morris
Michael Hordern
Eliot Makeham
Glyn Houston
Henry Edwards
Church Warden
Anne Crawford
Mrs Ramsey
Naunton Wayne, well-known British actor who plays the role of Leslie, one of the club friends of of Henry Garnet (Basil Radford) in ‘The Facts of Life’, one of the four Somerset Maugham stories comprising ‘Quartet’, Sydney Box’s new production for Gainsborough Pictures
Mr Ramsey
British actor Nigel Patrick, dressed in jacket and tie, smokes a cigarette
Max Kelada
Main title from Ten Little Indians (1965) (13) featuring Wilfrid Hyde White
Wilfrid Hyde-White
Mr Gray
Bill Travers
Clive Morton
Ship’s Capt
Dennis Harkin
Capt’s steward
Jean Simmons, British actress, wears a lacy top and a pearl necklace as she poses for a 1950s publicity photo
Evie Bishop
Michael Medwin
Michael Rennie
Major Templeton
British actor, Roland Culver
Mr Ashenden
Raymond Huntley
Mr Henry Chester
Betty Ann Davies
Mrs Helen Chester
British actor André Morell in a still from the 1959 film, The Hound of the Baskervilles
Dr Lennox
John Laurie
Mr Campbell
Finlay Currie
Mr McLeod
W Somerset Maugham
Self – Host
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Trio DVD [2007]
Trio DVD

21st May, 2007
Price: £6.69
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Ken Annakin
Harold French


Antony Darnborough



Production companies

Gainsborough Pictures
The Rank Organisation

See also


Pictures (4)

Main title from Trio (1950) (3). W Somerset Maugham’s Trio
Main title from Trio (1950) (2). Gainsborough Pictures
Main title from Trio (1950) (1)
Trio DVD
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