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Giorgi Papashvily
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Helen Watson
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Nuri Bey
Eugenie Leontovich ...
Anna Godiedze
Oskar Karlweis ...
Uncle Besso
Oscar Beregi Sr. ...
Uncle John (as Oscar Beregi)
Mikhail Rasumny ...
Tariel Godiedze
Nick Dennis ...
Chancho
Gloria Marlowe ...
Luba Godiedze
Otto Waldis ...
Sandro
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Pavli
Alexander Danaroff ...
Eliko Tomavily
Natasha Lytess ...
Madame Greshiani
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Eddie Laughton ...
Clerk (scenes deleted)
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Immigration Officer (scenes deleted)
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6 March 1953 (Finland)  »

Also Known As:

Ekatommyriouhos daktylografos  »

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Film debut of Oscar Beregi Jr. See more »

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Featured in The Statue of Liberty (1985) See more »

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A So-so movie of a good book
17 March 2001 | by (Sacramento, CA) – See all my reviews

This is an OK movie. Jose Ferrer plays the Georgian immigrant, George Papashvili whose book, 'Anything Can Happen,' is a classic story of an immigrant adjusting to life in the United States. The book has a charm that this movie doesn't approach. Too bad, as the cast was competent. Kim Hunter and Jose Ferrer don't really create much spark and even Oscar Beregi's character, the chef, dzea Vanno 'Uncle John,' falls a little flat. Ferrer does well, as he always did, playing the Georgian and even sings a charming little song. I might disabuse the other reviewer's confusion by noting that the Georgians are not Slavs (which term is usually reserved for Slovenians) but representatives of a totally unrelated culture living in the Caucasus mountains in Asia Minor. They are a fascinating people and Papashvili's book relates some wonderful experiences here in this new land. Unfortunately, the movie only gives us a sweet little romance but, I guess that's all Hollywood wanted at that time.


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