Billy Budd (1962)

The film Billy Budd is a 1962 film. It is based on a work by Herman Melville of the same Configure Edit Screenname. The film was a Allied Artists Pictures one and starred Terence Stamp in the title role and Robert Ryan as his nemesis, the Master at Arms. It was produced, directed, and co-written by Peter Ustinov.


Terence Stamp as Billy Budd, Robert Ryan as John Claggart, Master at Arms, Peter Ustinov as Captain Edwin Fairfax Vere, Melvyn Douglas as The Dansker, sailmaker, Paul Rogers as 1st Lieutenant Philip Seymour, John Neville as 2nd Lieutenant Julian Radcliffe, David McCallum as Gunnery Officer Steven Wyatt, Ronald Lewis as Enoch Jenkins, maintopman, Lee Montague as Squeak, Mr. Claggart's assistant, Thomas Heathcote as Alan Payne, maintopman, Ray McAnally as William O'Daniel, maintopman John Meillon as Neil Kincaid, maintopman and Cyril Luckham as Alfred Hallam, Captain of Marines


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