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The Lady with a Lamp - 1951

  • Brands Herbert Wilcox
  • Product Code: NA-2364-DRA
  • Availability: In Stock

Based on the Reginald Berkeley stage play, this compelling historical drama offers a depiction of the life story of Florence Nightingale (Anna Neagle), the young 19th-century Englishwoman famously drawn to a career in nursing. Traveling to Turkey during the Crimean War, Florence gains a reputation for being devoted to the care of wounded soldiers and for pioneering higher standards for sanitary hospital conditions.

Ficha Técnica
Título no Brasil Florence Nightingale: A Senhora da Lâmpada | A Dama com uma Lâmpada
Titulo em Portugal Florence Nightingale: A Senhora da Lâmpada
Título Original The Lady with a Lamp
Ano de Lançamento 1951
Idioma English
Legenda English, Portuguese
Cores B&W
Gênero Drama, History, War
Duração 110 Min.
Direção Herbert Wilcox
Países de origem United Kingdom
Elenco Anna Neagle, Michael Wilding, Gladys Young, Felix Aylmer, Julian D'Albie, Arthur Young, Edwin Styles, Barbara Couper, Helen Shingler, Rosalie Crutchley, Mary Mackenzie, Maureen Pryor, Henry Edwards, Andrew Osborn, Clement McCallin, Helena Pickard, Peter Graves, Sybil Thorndike, Monckton Hoffe, Cecil Trouncer, Colin Gordon, Gordon Jackson, Charles Carson, Leslie Weston, Nigel Stock, Michael Brennan, Edie Martin, Peter Hobbes, Liam Gaffney, Ann Codrington, Betty Cooper, Edward Lexy, John Vere, Florence Nightingale Allebeury, Olive Bonham-Carter, Frank Atkinson, Hyma Beckley, Ernest Blyth, Madge Brindley, Michael Craig, Arnold Diamond, Basil Dignam, John Fabian, Norman Fisher, John Glyn-Jones, Charles Hammond, Moultrie Kelsall, Marne Maitland, Pat Ryan, George Sewell, Reg Thomason, Robert Vossler
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Curiosidades The locomotive seen in this film is one of the world's oldest. The "Lion" originally pulled passenger and freight cars between Manchester and Liverpool for 20 years, starting in the 1830s. It was rediscovered in 1923 and restored to working order for the centenary of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway in 1930. It is now on exhibit in the Museum of Liverpool, after spending many years at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester.

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