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Poster of Around the World in Eighty Days

Around the World in Eighty Days

Release Date: Wednesday, October 17 1956 (66 years ago)
Portrait of David NivenDavid Niven
Phileas Fogg
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Portrait of CantinflasCantinflas
Passepartout
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Portrait of Finlay CurrieFinlay Currie
Whist Partner
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Portrait of Robert MorleyRobert Morley
Ralph
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Portrait of Charles BoyerCharles Boyer
Monsieur Gasse
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Portrait of Robert NewtonRobert Newton
Mr. Fix
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Portrait of Gilbert RolandGilbert Roland
Achmed Abdullah
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Portrait of Marlene DietrichMarlene Dietrich
Saloon Hostess
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Portrait of Frank SinatraFrank Sinatra
Saloon Pianist
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Portrait of Buster KeatonBuster Keaton
Train Conductor
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Portrait of John CarradineJohn Carradine
Proctor Stamp
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Portrait of Peter LorrePeter Lorre
Steward
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Portrait of George RaftGeorge Raft
Saloon Bouncer
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Portrait of Tim McCoyTim McCoy
Colonel
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Portrait of Joe E. BrownJoe E. Brown
Stationmaster
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Portrait of Shirley MacLaineShirley MacLaine
Princess Aouda
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Portrait of Melville CooperMelville Cooper
Mr. Talley
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Portrait of Reginald DennyReginald Denny
Police Chief
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Portrait of Ronald ColmanRonald Colman
Railway Official
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Portrait of Trevor HowardTrevor Howard
Denis Fallentin
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Portrait of Harcourt WilliamsHarcourt Williams
Hinshaw
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Portrait of Martine CarolMartine Carol
Tourist
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Portrait of Cedric HardwickeCedric Hardwicke
Francis Cromarty
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Portrait of Noël CowardNoël Coward
Roland Hesketh-Baggott
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Portrait of John GielgudJohn Gielgud
Foster
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Portrait of FernandelFernandel
French Coachman
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Portrait of Evelyn KeyesEvelyn Keyes
Paris Tart
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Portrait of José GrecoJosé Greco
Flamenco Dancer
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Portrait of Cesar RomeroCesar Romero
Abdullah's Henchman
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Portrait of Alan MowbrayAlan Mowbray
British Consul
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Portrait of Charles CoburnCharles Coburn
Steamship Company Clerk
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Portrait of Red SkeltonRed Skelton
Drunk in Barbary Coast Saloon
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Portrait of Andy DevineAndy Devine
SS Henrietta First Mate
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SS Henrietta Engineer
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SS Henrietta Helmsman
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London Carriage Driver
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Sporting Lady's Companion
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Sporting Lady
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Portrait of Edward R. MurrowEdward R. Murrow
Prologue Narrator
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Drunk in Hong Kong Dive
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Reform Club Member
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Reform Club Member
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Bullfighter
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Elephant Driver-Guide
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SS Henrietta Captain
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London Revivalist Group Leader
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Club Member
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Club Member
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Club Steward
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Clergyman
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Portrait of Virginia Ann LeeVirginia Ann Lee
Dancer (uncredited)
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Train Fireman (uncredited)
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Charles Horvath was:
Portrait of Boyd 'Red' MorganBoyd 'Red' Morgan
Stoker (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan was:
Portrait of Shep HoughtonShep Houghton
Specialty Dancer (uncredited)
Shep Houghton was:
Portrait of Walter KingsfordWalter Kingsford
Mongolia Captain (uncredited)
Walter Kingsford was:
Portrait of Keye LukeKeye Luke
Old Man at Travel Office (uncredited)
Keye Luke was:
Portrait of Frank MillsFrank Mills
Barfly (uncredited)
Frank Mills was:
Portrait of Manuel ParísManuel París
Spanish Townsman (uncredited)
Manuel París was:
Portrait of Jack PerrinJack Perrin
Man on Sidewalk (uncredited)
Jack Perrin was:
Portrait of Robert RobinsonRobert Robinson
Political Backer (uncredited)
Robert Robinson was:
Portrait of Edwin RochelleEdwin Rochelle
Waiter (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle was:
Portrait of Phil SchumacherPhil Schumacher
Horseman in Parade (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher was:
Portrait of Dick WesselDick Wessel
Train Engineer (uncredited)
Dick Wessel was:
Portrait of Suzanne RidgwaySuzanne Ridgway
Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Suzanne Ridgway was:
Portrait of Winona SmithWinona Smith
(uncredited)
Winona Smith was:
Portrait of Tom AllenTom Allen
(uncredited)
Tom Allen was:
Portrait of Johnny SekkaJohnny Sekka
Man Operating Hand Held Fan in Military Police Office
Johnny Sekka was:
Portrait of Al BainAl Bain
Saloon Patron (uncredited)
Al Bain was:
Portrait of Dee SharonDee Sharon
Extra (uncredited)
Dee Sharon was:
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