Patience Trailer

Patience Trailer (1995)

01 January 1995 Comedy, Music 130 mins

A 1995 Opera Australia performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's classic operetta, recorded at the Sydney Opera House. Bunthorne, a poet worshiped by every lady he meets, loves only one woman: Patience. But Patience does not share the other women's fascination with Bunthorne. She loves Archibald, her childhood friend who is now also a poet.

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Cast

Heather Begg

as The Lady Jane

Anthony Warlow

as Archibald Grosvenor

Dennis Olsen

as Reginald Bunthorne

John Germain

as Colonel Calverley

Graeme Ewer

as The Duke of Dunstable

Jennifer Bermingham

as The Lady Angela

Roxane Hislop

as The Lady Saphir

Neil Kirkby

as Major Murgatroyd

Toni Powell

as The Lady Ella

Crew

Gil Brealey

Gil Brealey Executive Producer

International Releases Dates

Australia 01 January 1995

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