ABC Stage 67: Season 1, Episode 2

Dare I Weep, Dare I Mourn? (21 Sep. 1966)

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In West Berlin, a man who lived his whole life under the thumb of his father, must get the coffin with his father's remains across the border. However, he is in for a not so pleasant surprise.

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In West Berlin, a man who lived his whole life under the thumb of his father, must get the coffin with his father's remains across the border. However, he is in for a not so pleasant surprise.

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An interesting film of the Cold War era.
11 March 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I was the producer of this one hour film made for a British TV company but budgeted on a sale to ABC in America. It was based on a five page original story by Le Carre for which we paid an unreasonably large fee and scripted by Stanley Mann, a Canadian writer. It was directed by Ted Kotchef who went on to create the character RAMBO with Sylvester Stallone.

It was quite good and might stand up to a TV showing even now - but, of course, the Cold War background is very dated.

Anthony Perry

Anyone interested e-mail me.


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