The Third Secret

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The Third Secret is a 1964 British drama film directed by Charles Crichton. The screenplay by Robert L. Joseph focuses on an American newscaster who investigates the mysterious death of his psychoanalyst. According to the film there are three kinds of... read more

The Third Secret is a 1964 British drama film directed by Charles Crichton. The screenplay by Robert L. Joseph focuses on an American newscaster who investigates the mysterious death of his psychoanalyst. According to the film there are three kinds of secrets; the First Secret you keep from others, the Second Secret you keep from yourself, and the Third Secret is the truth.

Original Release

02/01/1964

Cast

Stephen Boyd Alex Stedman
Jack Hawkins Sir Frederick Belline
Richard Attenborough Alfred Price-Gorham
Diane Cilento Anne Tanner
Pamela Franklin Catherine Whitset
Paul Rogers Dr. Milton Gillen
Alan Webb Alden Hoving
Rachel Kempson Mildred Hoving
Peter Sallis Lawrence Jacks
Patience Collier Mrs. Pelton
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Charles Crichton

Writers

Robert L. Joseph

Cast

Stephen Boyd Alex Stedman
Jack Hawkins Sir Frederick Belline
Richard Attenborough Alfred Price-Gorham
Diane Cilento Anne Tanner
Pamela Franklin Catherine Whitset
Paul Rogers Dr. Milton Gillen
Alan Webb Alden Hoving
Rachel Kempson Mildred Hoving
Peter Sallis Lawrence Jacks
Patience Collier Mrs. Pelton
Freda Jackson Mrs. Bales
Judi Dench Miss Humphries
Peter Copley Dr. Leo Whitset
Nigel Davenport Lew Harding
Charles Lloyd Pack Dermot McHenry
Barbara Hicks Police Secretary
Ronald Leigh-Hunt Police Officer (as Ronald Leigh Hunt)
Geoffrey Adams Floor Manager
James Maxwell Mark
Gerald Case Mr. Bickes

Producers

Editors

Frederick Wilson

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