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Sabrina  (1954)

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The movie Sabrina, released in 1954 and directed by Billy Wilder with Charles Lang as cinematographer and editing by Arthur P. Schmidt.
Directed by | Billy Wilder
Cinematography by | Charles Lang
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Country | USA
Language | English, French
Genres | Comedy, Drama, Romance

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Linus Larrabee
Sabrina Fairchild
David Larrabee
Oliver Larrabee
Thomas Fairchild
Elizabeth Tyson
Gretchen Van Horn
Baron St. Fontanel
The Professor
Maude Larrabee
Miss McCardle
Ship's Steward
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Margaret - Cook
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Dr. Calaway
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Jenny - Maid
Ernest - Houseman
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Charles - Butler
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Mrs. Tyson
Spiller's Girlfriend
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