Miranda (1948) Movie Details

Miranda
Miranda
English
Ken Annakin , Jo Harcourt
Temple Abady
Gainsborough Pictures , Sydney Box Productions
(India)
1 hr 20 mins
6.6/10
Rating: 6.6/10 from 183 users

Miranda Movie Cast

Glynis Johns
as Miranda Trewella
Googie Withers
as Clare Martin
Griffith Jones
as Dr. Paul Martin
John McCallum
as Nigel
Margaret Rutherford
as Nurse Carey
David Tomlinson
as Charles
Yvonne Owen
as Betty
Sonia Holm
as Isobel
Brian Oulton
as Manell
Zena Marshall
as Secretary
Lyn Evans
as Inn Landlord
Joan Ingram
Joan Ingram as Primadonna

Miranda Crew List

Director :
Screenplay : Peter Blackmore
Producer : Betty E. Box
Original Music Composer : Temple Abady
Writer : Denis Waldock
Director of Photography : Ray Elton , Bryan Langley
Editor : Gordon Hales
Art Direction : George Paterson
Makeup Artist : Len Garde
Continuity : Jo Harcourt

Miranda International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
20-04-1949
India
06-04-1948

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A young married physician discovers a mermaid, and gives into her request to be taken to see London. Comedy and romantic entanglements ensue soon after.

Miranda

Miranda is a 1948 English Film stars Glynis Johns , Ken Annakin , Peter Blackmore , Betty E. Box , Temple Abady , Googie Withers , Griffith Jones , John McCallum , Margaret Rutherford , David Tomlinson , Yvonne Owen , Sonia Holm , Brian Oulton , Zena Marshall , Lyn Evans , Joan Ingram , Denis Waldock , Ray Elton , Bryan Langley , Gordon Hales , George Paterson , Len Garde , Jo Harcourt , directed by Jo Harcourt & music by Temple Abady.