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These Are the Damned

Year:
Duration:
87 min | 96 min (director's cut)
Genres:
Drama | Fantasy | Horror | Romance | Sci-Fi
IMDB rate:
6.9
Director:
Joseph Losey
Details
Country: UK
Release Date: 1965-07-07
Filming Locations: Bray Studios, Down Place, Oakley Green, Berkshire, England, UK
Cast
Actor
Character
Macdonald Carey
Simon Wells
Shirley Anne Field
Joan
Viveca Lindfors
Freya Neilson
Alexander Knox
Bernard
Walter Gotell
Major Holland
Brian Oulton
Mr. Dingle
Kenneth Cope
Sid
James Villiers
Captain Gregory
Tom Kempinski
Ted (as Thomas Kempinski)
Barbara Everest
Miss Lamont
Allan McClelland
Mr. Stuart (as Alan McClelland)
James Maxwell
Mr. Talbot
Rachel Clay
Victoria
Caroline Sheldon
Elizabeth
Rebecca Dignam
Anne
Siobhan Taylor
Mary
Nicholas Clay
Richard (as Nicolas Clay)
Kit Williams
Henry
Christopher Witty
William
David Palmer
George
John Thompson
Charles
Fiona Duncan
Control Room Guard (uncredited)
León García
Teddy Boy (uncredited)
Victor Gorf
(uncredited)
David Gregory
Teddy Boy (uncredited)
Edward Harvey
Doctor (uncredited)
Larry Martyn
Teddy Boy (uncredited)
Geremy Phillips
Teddy Boy (uncredited)
Tommy Trinder
(uncredited)
Anthony Valentine
Teddy Boy (uncredited)
Neil Wilson
Guard (uncredited)
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Trivia
Notable early appearance of Oliver Reed.
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Although submitted to the BBFC in 1961 the UK release was held back by almost a year after director Joseph Losey delayed making a requested censor cut which showed King beating Wells with his umbrella. Losey eventually made the cut and the film was released in 1963.
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Working title was "On the Brink."
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Goofs
(at around 38mins) When Neilson wrestles King to the ground, a person's shadow (cameraman?) can be seen to move on the ground next to them.
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A shadow of a crew member can be seen moving after King shoots the soldier in the lab.
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Quotes
Freya Neilson: [to Bernard] You know, someone once told me when a bureaucrat wants to keep his job, he stamps everything 'Top Secret.' Is that true?
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Captain Gregory: Any bully can command obedience. Only a gentleman can command loyalty.
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Bernard: I live with one fact. A power has been released that will melt these stones. We must be ready when the time comes.
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Photos from cast
Oliver Reed