The Foreigner Character Descriptions

“Froggy” LeSueurforties, perhaps; to quote the script, “seems well-fed, flushed with the spirit of adventure, and right at home”.  He is a British Army explosives instructor, visiting the nearby Army base.  He has a definite Cockney accent!
Charlie BakerFroggy’s  best friendsame age, roughly, as Froggy; however, he’s completely different in personality.  Again, to quote the script:  “The other, standing in his forlorn trenchcoat, seems quietly, somehow permanently, lost.”
Charlie has a British accent, but not the Cockney of Froggy.
Betty Meeksowns Betty Meeks’ Fishing Lodge Resort in Tilghman County, Georgia- somewhere from fifties to seventies; native of the South; good- hearted;  used to hard work; is wise in some ways, not so quick in others…
Rev. David Marshall Leefrom the script:  “… a friendly, open face.  David, we see, is neither the stereotypically pallid, remote young divinity student, nor the hearty, backslapping evangelist.  He seems rather to be a regular fella-humorous, and open, and, it would appear, a good young man to have on our side.  Late twenties- thirties.
Catherine SimmsDavid’s fiancee’- similar in age to David- kind of a general all- around “good ol’ gal”- has her opinions, and is not afraid to tell them!
Owen Musserfriend of David’s,  “smarmy” is a good word for him; from the script…” Psychologists tell us to beware of a man with two tattoos.  One, he may have gotten on a drunk or a dare, but two means he went back.  Owen is a two- tattoo man.”   He’s a redneck, obviously;  age, thirties- forties.
Ellard SimmsCatherine’s younger brother, and not the brightest porch light on the block.  The script says “ There doesn’t, we must admit, seem to be much to Ellard.  He is a lumpy, overgrown, backward youth…”  Late teens, twenties…