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Potiphars Wife (1931 film)

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Director  Maurice Elvey
Genre  Romance Film
6.8/10 IMDb

Initial release  1931
Running time  1h 19m
Cast  Laurence Olivier
Potiphar's Wife (1931 film) Potiphars Wife 1931 IMDb
Writer  Maurice Elvey (adaptation), Victor Kendall (screenplay), Edgar C. Middleton (adaptation), Edgar C. Middleton (play)
Related Maurice Elvey movies  For Freedom (1940), The Water Gipsies (1932), The Lamp Still Burns (1943)

Potiphar's Wife is a 1931 British romance film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Nora Swinburne, Laurence Olivier and Guy Newall. It is also known as Her Strange Desire. It was based on a play by Edgar C. Middleton.

It was made at Elstree Studios. The film's sets were designed by Clarence Elder.

Cast

  • Nora Swinburne as Lady Diana Bromford
  • Laurence Olivier as Straker
  • Norman McKinnel as Lord Bromford
  • Guy Newall as Maurice Worthington
  • Donald Calthrop as Counsel for Defense
  • Ronald Frankau as Major Tony Barlow
  • Betty Schuster as Rosita Worthington
  • Marjorie Brooks as Sylvia Barlow
  • Walter Armitage as Geoffrey Hayes
  • Henry Wenman as Stevens
  • Gibb McLaughlin as Chauffeur
  • Elsa Lanchester as Therese
  • Henry Vibart as Judge
  • References

    Potiphar's Wife (1931 film) Wikipedia
    Potiphars Wife (1931 film) IMDb


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