The Woman's Angle
The Woman's Angle is 1952 British drama film directed by Leslie Arliss and starring Edward Underdown, Cathy O'Donnell and Lois Maxwell. It is based on the novel Three Cups of Coffee by Ruth Feiner.
|The Woman's Angle|
|Directed by||Leslie Arliss|
|Produced by||Walter C. Mycroft|
|Written by||Leslie Arliss|
Ruth Feiner (novel)
Frederick Gotfurt (scenario editor)
|Music by||Robert Gill (musical score)|
Louis Levy (musical director)
|Edited by||E.B. Jarvis|
|Distributed by||Associated British-Pathé Ltd. (U.K.)|
|February 1952 (U.K.)|
|Box office||£91,096 (UK)|
Story of three love affairs of man who belongs to celebrated family of musicians, culminating in divorce and his final discovery of happiness.
- Edward Underdown - Robert Mansell
- Cathy O'Donnell - Nina Van Rhyne
- Lois Maxwell - Enid Mansell
- Claude Farell - Delysia Veronova
- Peter Reynolds - Brian Mansell
- Marjorie Fielding - Mrs. Mansell
- Anthony Nicholls - Doctor Nigel Jarvis
- Isabel Dean - Isobel Mansell
- John Bentley - Renfro Mansell
- Olaf Pooley - Rudolph Mansell
- Ernest Thesiger - Judge
- Eric Pohlmann - Steffano
- Joan Collins - Marina
- Malcolm Knight - Shepherd Boy
- Fred Berger - Restaurant Manager
- Dana Wynter - Elaine
- Leslie Weston - Suttley
- Geoffrey Toone - Count Cambia
- Lea Seidl - Madame Kossoff
- Anton Diffring - Peasant
- Miles Malleson - A. Secrett
- Peter Illing - Sergei
- Teddy Johnson - Nightclub Singer
- Sylva Langova - Blonde in Sleigh
- Bill Shine (actor) - Saunders
- Nora Gordon - Guest House Owner
- Wensley Pithey - Mr Witherspool
- Rufus Cruickshank - the Scot
- Fred Griffiths - Cockney at Bus Stop
Arliss had been a fan of the novel since he read it in 1944.
- Vincent Porter, 'The Robert Clark Account', Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Vol 20 No 4, 2000 p 498
- "The Woman's Angle". Retrieved 17 July 2015.
- Goble, Alan (1 January 1999). "The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film". Walter de Gruyter – via Google Books.
- "He waited 7 years to do film". The Mail (Adelaide). 41, (2, 064). South Australia. 22 December 1951. p. 7 (SUNDAY MAGAZINE). Retrieved 26 October 2017 – via National Library of Australia.