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The Young Mr. Pitt - 1942

  • Brands Carol Reed
  • Product Code: NA-2242-DRA-LT
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William Pitt the Younger, son of a famous politician father, becomes the youngest Prime Minister England has ever known, wins an election on the promise of peace and prosperity, yet ironically ends up as the presiding spirit of an interminable war with Revolutionary France. Both his health and his private life suffer from the strain.

Technical Sheet
Title in Brazil O Jovem Mr. Pitt
Original Title The Young Mr. Pitt
Title in Portugal Pitt, Vencedor de Napoleão
Release year 1942
Language English
Subtitle English, Portuguese, Spanish, Latvian, Russian
Colors Black and white
Gender Biography, Drama, Romance
Duration 118 Min.
Direction Carol Reed
Countries of origin United Kingdom
Cast Robert Donat, Geoffrey Atkins, Jean Cadell, Robert Morley, Phyllis Calvert, Raymond Lovell, Agnes Lauchlan, John Mills, Felix Aylmer, Ian McLean, Max Adrian, A. Bromley Davenport, John Salew, Herbert Lom, Albert Lieven, Stephen Haggard, Stuart Lindsell, Henry Hewitt, Frederick Culley, Frank Pettingell, Leslie Bradley, Roy Emerton, Hugh McDermott, Alfred Sangster, Hugh Ardale, Neal Arden, Johnny Brandon, Kathleen Byron, Esma Cannon, H. Carleton-Crowe, Leslie Dwyer, Philip Friend, Peter Gawthorne, Leo Genn, Muriel George, Alf Goddard, Morland Graham, James Harcourt, Billy Holland, W.E. Holloway, David Horne, Gordon James, James Kenney, Max Kirby, Frederick Leister, Aubrey Mallalieu, Gibb McLaughlin, Gertrude Maesmore Morris, Charles Paton, Lloyd Pearson, Esme Percy, Kynaston Reeves, Owen Reynolds, J.H. Roberts, Ralph Roberts, Johnnie Schofield, Ronald Shiner, John Slater, Ann Stephens, Merle Tottenham, Austin Trevor, Grant Tyler, Frederick Valk, Margaret Vyner, Jack Watling, Edmund Willard, D.J. Williams, Bruce Winston
Trivia / Curiosities
Did you know Herbert Lom reprised his role as Napoleon Bonaparte in Guerra e Paz (1956), in which John Mills (William Wilberforce) played Platon Karataev.

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