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Fellow schoolmaster Frank Hunter (Nigel Patrick) and wife Millie Crocker-Harris (Jean Kent) look upon dejected classics instructor Andrew Crocker-Harris (Michael Redgrave), who faces a humiliating retirement.
Fellow schoolmaster Frank Hunter (Nigel Patrick) and wife Millie Crocker-Harris (Jean Kent) look upon dejected classics instructor Andrew Crocker-Harris (Michael Redgrave), who faces a humiliating retirement.
Andrew Crocker-Harris (Michael Redgrave) assists his aloof wife Mille (Jean Kent) with her coat, as Frank Hunter (Nigel Patrick) looks on with an air of displeasure.
Andrew Crocker-Harris (Michael Redgrave) assists his aloof wife Mille (Jean Kent) with her coat, as Frank Hunter (Nigel Patrick) looks on with an air of displeasure.
Pupil Taplow (Brian Smith) presents his professor (Michael Redgrave) with a parting gift.
Pupil Taplow (Brian Smith) presents his professor (Michael Redgrave) with a parting gift.
Andrew Crocker-Harris (Michael Redgrave) savors Taplow's Greek enscription, to which his wife (Jean Kent) reacts with some indifference, while colleague Frank Hunter (Nigel Patrick) seems more sympathetic.
Andrew Crocker-Harris (Michael Redgrave) savors Taplow's Greek enscription, to which his wife (Jean Kent) reacts with some indifference, while colleague Frank Hunter (Nigel Patrick) seems more sympathetic.

Thumbnail for The Browning Version (1951) The Browning Version (1951)

Basic Info Rusty's rating: 82
Notable as: DramaGenre: drama filmRuntime: 90 minutesLanguage: EnglishCountry: United KingdomDirector: Anthony AsquithScreenwriter: Terence RattiganMusic: Arnold BaxCinematography: Desmond DickinsonStars: Jean Kent, Michael Redgrave, Nigel Patrick, Judith Furse, Brian Smith, Ronald Howard, Bill Travers, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Peter Jones, Sarah LawsonProducer: Earl St. JohnAward details: (details at IMDb)
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The Browning Version is a 1951 British film based on the 1948 play of the same name by Terence Rattigan. It was directed by Anthony Asquith and starred Michael Redgrave.


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