Country Dance (film)
|Directed by||J. Lee Thompson|
|Produced by||Robert Emmett Ginna|
|Written by||James Kennaway|
|Music by||John Addison|
|Edited by||Willy Kemplen|
|22 April 1970|
Country Dance (also known as Brotherly Love in the USA) is a 1970 British drama film based on the novel Household Ghosts (1961) by James Kennaway which became a three-act stage play in 1967. The film was released on 22 April 1970; it was directed by J. Lee Thompson.
A tragicomedy set in a fading Scottish aristocratic family, in which the drunken Sir Charles Henry Arbuthnot Pinkerton Ferguson, Bt (Peter O'Toole) has an incestuous relationship with his equally eccentric sister Hilary Dow (Susannah York).
- Peter O'Toole as Sir Charles Ferguson
- Susannah York as Hilary Dow
- Michael Craig as Douglas Dow
- Harry Andrews as Brigadier Crieff
- Cyril Cusack as Dr. Maitland
- Judy Cornwell as Rosie
- Brian Blessed as Jack Baird
- Robert Urquhart as Auctioneer
- Mark Malicz as Benny-the-Pole
- Jean Anderson as Matron
- Lennox Milne as Miss Mailer
- Helena Gloag as Auntie Belle
Kitchen scene was filmed at now derelict Castle Hotel (opposite Tormaukin Hotel Scotland FK14 7JY,
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