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The Lady with a Lamp Details


British film-favorite Anna Neagle, having previously played such great historical personages as Queen Victoria and Edith Cavell, tackles the role of Florence Nightingale in Anna Neagle. Based on a play by Reginald Berkeley, the film traces the indefatigable Nightingale's efforts to minister to the thousands of casualties of the Crimean War. Opposed in the uppermost circles of British government because she is "merely" a woman, Nightingale is championed by the Hon. Sidney Herbert (Michael Wilding), minister of war. Herbert pulls strings to allow Nightingale and her nursing staff access to battlefield hospitals, and in so doing changes the course of medical history. Anna Neagle was, as usual, produced and directed by Anna Neagle's husband Herbert Wilcox. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Anna Neagle
as Florence Nightingale
Michael Wilding, Sr.
as Sidney Herbert
Felix Aylmer
as Lord Palmerston
Julian D'Albie
as Mr. Bracebridge
Sybil Thorndike
as Miss Bosanquet
Edwin Styles
as Mr. Nightingale
Barbara Couper
as Mrs. Nightingale
Rosalie Crutchley
as Mrs. Sidney Herbert
Maureen Pryor
as Sister Wheeler
Henry Edwards
as Howard Russell
Clement McCallin
as Richard M. Milnes
Monckton Hoffe
as Lord Stratford
Cecil Trouncer
as Sir Douglas Dawson
Charles Carson
Betty Cooper
Basil Dignam
Liam Gaffney
Colin Gordon
Peter Hobbes
Gordon Jackson
Edward Lexy
Nigel Stock
John Vere
Leslie Weston


Herbert Wilcox
Herbert Wilcox
Reginald Berkeley
Play Author
Bill Lewthwaite