The White Angel

Her heart was too big for one man to possess! One world was too small to share all her love!

Category: Drama
In mid-nineteenth century England the medical establishment does not recognize the value of skilled nurses, cleanliness, nutrition and kindness. Florence Nightingale's heroic measures slowly changes all of this.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1936-06-25
Run time: 92 minute / 1:32
Director: William Dieterle
Writer: Mordaunt Shairp
Production Company : Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Country: United States of America





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Kay Francis
as Florence Nightingale
Ian Hunter
as Fuller
Donald Woods
as Charles Cooper
Nigel Bruce
as Dr. West
Donald Crisp
as Dr. Hunt
Henry O'Neill
as Dr. Scott
Billy Mauch
as Tommy
Charles Croker-King
as Mr. Nightingale
Phoebe Foster
as Elizabeth Herbert
George Curzon
as Sidney Herbert
Georgia Caine
as Mrs. Nightingale
Ara Gerald
as Ella Stephens
Halliwell Hobbes
as Lord Raglan
Eily Malyon
as Sister Colomba
Montagu Love
as Mr. Bullock
Ferdinand Munier
as Alexis Soyer
Lillian Kemble-Cooper
as Parthenope Nightingale
Egon Brecher
as Pastor Fliedner
Tempe Pigott
as Mrs. Waters
Barbara Leonard
as Minna
Frank Conroy
as Mr. Le Froy
Lowden Adams
as Secretary (uncredited)
Harry Allen
as Soldier Bothered By Rats (uncredited)
Dorothy Arville
as Nurse (uncredited)
Jimmy Aubrey
as Sentry (uncredited)
Frank Baker
as Customs Inspector (uncredited)
May Beatty
as Nurse (uncredited)
Daisy Belmore
as Nurse (uncredited)
Lionel Belmore
as Captain (uncredited)
Wilson Benge
as Jones (uncredited)
Robert Bolder
as Doctor (uncredited)
George Broughton
as Corporal (uncredited)
George Bunny
as Coachman (uncredited)
Rita Carlyle
as Mrs. Mellon (uncredited)
David Cavendish
as Orderly in Scott's Office (uncredited)
Fay Chaldecott
as Praying Child in Cottage (uncredited)
E.E. Clive
as Dr. Smith (uncredited)
Charles Coleman
as Sentry at Balaclava Hospital (uncredited)
Clyde Cook
as Perkins (uncredited)
Harry Cording
as Hospital Storekeeper (uncredited)
Bob Corey
as Raglan Staff Officer (uncredited)
Thomas A. Curran
as Officer in Barracks (uncredited)
J. Gunnis Davis
as Secretary (uncredited)
W.H. Davis
as Old Man (uncredited)
Elspeth Dudgeon
as Lady Disapproving of Florence #2 (uncredited)
Frank Elliott
as Officer in Barracks (uncredited)
Edith Ellison
as Old Woman (uncredited)
Helena Phillips Evans
as Nurse (uncredited)
Herbert Evans
as Porter (uncredited)
E.L. Fisher-Smith
as Soldier (uncredited)
Neil Fitzgerald
as Officer in Barracks (uncredited)
Mary Forbes
as Lady Disapproving of Florence #1 (uncredited)
Art Foster
as Doctor (uncredited)
Hugh Gee
as Soldier (uncredited)
Mary Gordon
as Nursing Applicant (uncredited)
Helena Grant
as Sick Woman (uncredited)
Lawrence Grant
as Colonel (uncredited)
Billy Griffith
as Orderly (uncredited)
Robert Hale
as Orderly (uncredited)
Alec Harford
as Times Office Clerk (uncredited)
Gordon Hart
as War Minister (uncredited)
Holmes Herbert
as War Minister (uncredited)
Fay Holden
as Queen Victoria (uncredited)
Harold Howard
as Orderly (uncredited)
Rose Hughes
as Minor Role (uncredited)
Olaf Hytten
as Orderly in Hunt's Office (uncredited)
Boyd Irwin
as Inspector (uncredited)
Charles Irwin
as Soldier Wanting to Say Goodbye (uncredited)
Gardner James
as Patient (uncredited)
Tiny Jones
as Woman Donating Soup (uncredited)
Crauford Kent
as Orderly in Raglan's Office (uncredited)
Louis King
as Secretary (uncredited)
Edith Kingdon
as Woman Concerned About Donations (uncredited)
George Kirby
as Soldier (uncredited)
Jerry Larkin
as (uncredited)
Raymond Lawrence
as Officer in Barracks (uncredited)
Alma Lloyd
as Nurse (uncredited)
Wilfred Lucas
as Raglan Staff Officer (uncredited)
Dan Maxwell
as Sergeant (uncredited)
James May
as Doctor (uncredited)
Leo McCabe
as Patient (uncredited)
John C. McCallum
as Secretary (uncredited)
Nelson McDowell
as Hospital Superintendent (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer
as Officer at Minister's Meeting (uncredited)
Henry Mowbray
as Raglan Staff Officer (uncredited)
Doreen Munroe
as Applicant (uncredited)
Mrs. Wilfrid North
as Lady Disapproving of Florence #3 (uncredited)
Vesey O'Davoren
as Thompson (uncredited)
Milton Owen
as Soldier (uncredited)
Paul Panzer
as Patient (uncredited)
Lionel Pape
as War Minister (uncredited)
Lon Poff
as Minor Role (uncredited)
John Power
as Doctor (uncredited)
Harrington Reynolds
as Raglan Staff Officer (uncredited)
John J. Richardson
as Cook Reporting to Jones (uncredited)
Gerald Rogers
as Wounded Soldier (uncredited)
John Rogers
as Patient (uncredited)
Hugh Saxon
as Gardener (uncredited)
Ann Shaw
as Nurse (uncredited)
C. Montague Shaw
as Old Officer (uncredited)
Maud Shearer
as Applicant (uncredited)
Reginald Sheffield
as Patient (uncredited)
Yorke Sherwood
as Constable with Mrs. Waters (uncredited)
Edwin Stanley
as (uncredited)
Robert R. Stephenson
as Soldier (uncredited)
Houseley Stevenson
as Surgeon (uncredited)
Harry Stubbs
as Sergeant (uncredited)
Cyril Thornton
as Sick Woman's Husband (uncredited)
Zeffie Tilbury
as Woman Donating Sheets (uncredited)
Kit Townsend
as (uncredited)
Joseph R. Tozer
as Messenger From Queen (uncredited)
Silvia Vaughan
as Praying Child's Mother
Fred Walton
as Doctor (uncredited)
Kathrin Clare Ward
as Nurse (uncredited)
Elizabeth Weiner
as Mrs. Arnold (uncredited)
Emmy Weinniemach
as Deaconness (uncredited)
Cecil Weston
as Nurse (uncredited)
Tom Wilson
as Man 'Cooking' Shirts (uncredited)
Eric Wilton
as Servant Getting Nurse (uncredited)
Ian Wolfe
as Patient (uncredited)
Lillian Worth
as Woman Donating Bandages (uncredited)
Douglas Gordon
as Orderly (uncredited)
Costume & Make-Up
Orry-Kelly Wardrobe Designer

Sound
Leo F. Forbstein Music Director

Editing
Warren Low Editor

Sound
Heinz Roemheld Original Music Composer

Camera
Tony Gaudio Director of Photography

Art
Anton Grot Art Direction

Directing
William Dieterle Director

Writing
Mordaunt Shairp Screenplay





















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