The Picture of Dorian Gray (1976)

09/19/1976 (US) HorrorDramaFantasy 1h 38m
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In Victorian England, handsome Dorian Gray (Peter Firth) makes a Faustian deal that his portrait painted by Basil Hallward (Jeremy Brett) will age while he remains young. But his vain bargain eventually leads to murder and destroys Gray's life. This 1976 installment of the BBC's long-running "Play of the Month" television series co-stars Gwen Ffrangcon Davies, Judi Bowker and John Gielgud as Lord Henry Wotton.

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Top Billed Cast

  1. Peter Firth

    Peter Firth

    Dorian Gray

  2. John Gielgud

    John Gielgud

    Lord Henry Wotton

  3. Judi Bowker

    Judi Bowker

    Sibyl Vane

  4. Jeremy Brett

    Jeremy Brett

    Basil Hallward

  5. Gwen Ffrangcon Davies

    Gwen Ffrangcon Davies

    Lady Agatha

  6. Nan Munro

    Duchess of Harley

  7. Mark Dignam

    Lord Fermor

  8. Michael Barrington

    Mr. Erskine

  9. Gillian Raine

    Mrs. Vane

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The Picture of Dorian Gray

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Original Language English

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