Georgy Girl - Cast

Cast

  • James Mason as James Leamington
  • Alan Bates as Jos Jones
  • Lynn Redgrave as Georgy
  • Charlotte Rampling as Meredith
  • Bill Owen as Ted
  • Clare Kelly as Doris
  • Rachel Kempson as Ellen Leamington
  • Denise Coffey as Peg
  • Peggy Thorpe-Bates as Hospital Sister
  • Dandy Nichols as Hospital Nurse
  • Dorothy Alison as Health Visitor
  • Terence Soall as Salesman

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