A Question of Attribution Trailer

A Question of Attribution Trailer (1992)

04 October 1992 Drama 70 mins

Sir Anthony Blunt, who was a Soviet agent for 25 years, is routinely questioned and gives no answers, but is knighted and works as Director of the Courtauld Institute, and presents his interrogator with a puzzle in the shape of a doubtful Titian painting. He also does art restoration work in Buckingham Palace, where he gets into an interesting conversation with HMQ.

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James Fox

as Sir Anthony Blunt

Geoffrey Palmer

as Donleavy

Ann Beach

as Mrs. Chubb

Richard Bebb

as Consultant

John Cater

as Restorer (Robertson)

Gregory Floy

as Radiologist

Barbara Hicks

as Lady at National Gallery

Anne Jameson

as Blunt's Secretary

Mark Payton

as Phillips

Julia St. John

as Receptionist

Richard Bebb

as Consultant

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 04 October 1992

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