Oscar Wilde

  • 1959
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Biography

For some strange reason two separate companies were filmming the story of Oscar Wilde's life at the same time. THE TRIALS OF OSCAR WILDE, a color film, starred Peter Finch as the famed Irish writer, while this black-and-white film, the better of the two productions, features Robert Morley in the title role. Morley is married to Calvert, but she stays mostly...read more

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(Movie Clip) Lady Windermere's Fan
Following credits, Robert Morley (title character) in his box with wife Constance (Phyllis Calvert) and friend (Dennis Price), receiving praise and a (more…)
(Movie Clip) Mr. Wilde Is A Poet
His barrister (Alexander Knox) having just read a letter he wrote to friend Lord Alfred (John Neville), Robert Morley (title character) is called to t (more…)
(Movie Clip) A Boy I Knew
Robert Morley (title character), summoned to Oxford by panicked young Lord Alfred (John Neville), whom he's only met once, improvises a trap for the b (more…)

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  • Review: For some strange reason two separate companies were filmming the story of Oscar Wilde's life at the same time. THE TRIALS OF OSCAR WILDE, a color film, starred Peter Finch as the famed Irish writer, while this black-and-white film, the better of the two pr… (more)

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