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The Poppy Is Also a Flower (1966) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Terence Young

Writing Credits  

Jo Eisinger ... (screenplay)
 
Ian Fleming ... (story)

Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification  

Senta Berger ... Maxine
Stephen Boyd ... Benson
Yul Brynner ... Colonel Salem
Angie Dickinson ... Linda Benson
Georges Géret ... Superintendent Roche (as Georges Geret)
Hugh Griffith ... Salah Rahman Khan
Jack Hawkins ... General Bahar
Rita Hayworth ... Monique Marko
Trevor Howard ... Sam Lincoln
Trini López ... Trini Lopez (as Trini Lopez)
E.G. Marshall ... Coley Jones
Marcello Mastroianni ... Inspector Mosca
Amedeo Nazzari ... Captain Di Nonno
Anthony Quayle ... Captain Vanderbilt
Gilbert Roland ... Serge Marko
Harold Sakata ... Martin
Omar Sharif ... Dr. Rad
Barry Sullivan ... Chasen
Nadja Tiller ... Dr. Bronovska
Eli Wallach ... 'Happy' Locarno
Jocelyn Lane ... Society Photographer
Luisa Rivelli ... Miss Hatif
Laya Raki ... Luisa
Sylvia Sorrente Sylvia Sorrente ... Virgia (as Silvia Sorrente)
Howard Vernon ... Dr. Pineau
Marilù Tolo ... Sophia Banzo (as Marilu Tolo)
Violette Marceau Violette Marceau ... Minor Role
Gilda Dahlberg Gilda Dahlberg ... Marko's Table Guest
Morteza Kazerouni Morteza Kazerouni ... Minor Role
Bob Cunningham Bob Cunningham ... Hunter (as Robert Cunningham)
Ali Oveisi Ali Oveisi ... Minor Role
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yvan Chiffre Yvan Chiffre ... (uncredited)
Georges Douking ... Financier of Marko (uncredited)
Grace Kelly ... Herself in Prologue (uncredited)
Bessie Love ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Paolo Magalotti Paolo Magalotti ... Bandit Who Knocks Out Benson (uncredited)
Charles Millot ... Financier of Marko (uncredited)
Jean-Claude Pascal ... Galam Khan (uncredited)
Michel Thomass Michel Thomass ... Nightclub Maître D' (uncredited)

Produced by 

Mickey Delamar ... associate producer (as Michael Delamar)
Adolf Eder ... producer
Euan Lloyd ... producer
Edgar Rosenberg ... executive producer
Simon Schiffrin ... delegate producer
Karl Spiehs ... producer
Del Tenney ... executive associate producer

Music by 

Georges Auric

Cinematography by 

Henri Alekan ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

Monique Bonnot
Henry Richardson
Peter Thornton

Art Direction by 

Maurice Colasson ... (as Maurice Collasson)
Eng. Djavaheri
Tony Roman

Makeup Department 

Alain ... hairdresser (as Alain of Carita)
Marie-Madeleine Paris ... makeup artist
George Partleton ... makeup artist

Production Management 

Clo D'Olban ... production manager (as Clo D'Alban)
Dennis Hall ... production manager
Hushang Shafti ... production manager (as H. Shafti)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Hajir Dariush ... assistant director (as Hagir Daryouche)
Richard Jenkins ... assistant director
Georges Lampin ... second unit director
Bernard Quatrehomme ... assistant director

Art Department 

Freda Pearson ... set dresser

Sound Department 

Jean Monchablon ... sound recordist
Alban Streeter ... sound editor (as Al Streeter)

Special Effects by 

A. Paul Pollard ... special effects (as Paul Pollard)

Stunts 

Yvan Chiffre ... stunt coordinator (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Cesare Allione ... camera operator
Tony Braun ... camera operator: second unit (as Tony Brown)
Raymond Menvielle ... camera operator
Yves Mirkine ... still photographer
Raymond Picon-Borel ... camera operator
John Shinerock ... camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Raymonde Ventura ... wardrobe

Music Department 

Jacques Météhen ... conductor

Script and Continuity Department 

Joan Davis ... continuity

Other crew 

Abe Glazer ... Telsun controller
Paul Maigret ... administrator
Norma Garment ... producer's secretary (uncredited)

Thanks 

Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi ... gratitude and thanks (as His Imperial Majesty the Shahinshah)

See also

Release Dates | Official Sites | Company Credits | Filming & Production | Technical Specs

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