Term of Trial (1962)

01/30/1963 (US) Drama 2h 10m
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A schoolteacher plagued by alcoholism and his refusal to serve in World War II, Graham Weir inspires contempt in almost everyone around him, including his bitter wife, Anna. When the lovely young Shirley Taylor, one of Weir's students, falls for her unfortunate instructor, he is tempted and flattered but turns down her advances. Taylor's subsequent actions make Weir's life even more complicated.

  1. Peter Glenville

    Director, Screenplay

  2. James Barlow

    Novel

Top Billed Cast

  1. Laurence Olivier

    Laurence Olivier

    Graham Weir

  2. Simone Signoret

    Simone Signoret

    Anna

  3. Sarah Miles

    Sarah Miles

    Shirley Taylor

  4. Terence Stamp

    Terence Stamp

    Mitchell

  5. Hugh Griffith

    Hugh Griffith

    O'Hara

  6. Roland Culver

    Roland Culver

    Trowman

  7. Dudley Foster

    Dudley Foster

    Detective Sergeant Keirnan

  8. Frank Pettingell

    Frank Pettingell

    Ferguson

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Term of Trial
Term of Trial

Status Released

Original Language English

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