|Genres||Drama History Romance War|
|Writers||T.E.B. Clarke (screenplay) (as T. E. B. Clarke)
Charles Dickens (by)
|Cast||Dirk Bogarde Dorothy Tutin Cecil Parker Stephen Murray Athene Seyler Paul Guers Marie Versini Ian Bannen Alfie Bass Ernest Clark Rosalie Crutchley Freda Jackson Duncan Lamont Christopher Lee Leo McKern Donald Pleasence Eric Pohlmann|
|Plot||During the French Revolution, French national Lucie Manette meets and falls in love with Englishman Charles Darnay. He is however hiding his true identity as a member of the French aristocratic Evrémonde family, who he has denounced in private. The Marquis St. Evrémonde in particular was a cruel man, those he wronged who have vowed to see the end of the family line at any cost. Lucie's father Dr. Alexandre Manette, in fact, was imprisoned in the Bastille for eighteen years because of actions of the Marquis. Into their lives comes English barrister Sydney Carton, who enjoys his alcohol to excess. Carton earlier defended Darnay in a trial on trumped up charges of treason. Carton doesn't really like Darnay in part because Carton also loves Lucie, he realizing that that love is unrequited. But Carton does eventually learn of Darnay's true heritage at a critical time. Carton takes extraordinary measures to ensure Lucie's happiness during this time, which has the potential to be explosive if others also found out about Darnay's true identity.... see A Tale of Two Cities on IMDb|
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