Cedric Wallis

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Jane Austen In Popular Culture - Pride and Prejudice - Film and Television
1952 Pride and Prejudice Daphne Slater Peter Cushing Campbell Logan Cedric Wallis 1957 Orgoglio e pregiudizio Virna Lisi Franco Volpi Daniele D'Anza Edoardo Anton An adaptation in ...

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