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(1966)

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Vanessa Redgrave's Best Actress Oscar nomination for this movie coincided with sister Lynn Redgrave's similar nomination for Georgy Girl (1966). Such a coincidence had occurred only once before when sisters Joan Fontaine and Olivia de Havilland respectively vied for the Best Actress Oscar for Suspicion (1941) and Hold Back the Dawn (1941).
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Final feature film of Newton Blick who died before the film came out.
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American actress Morgan Fairchild took her first name from this film.
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In David Mercer's original TV play (televised some four years earlier by the BBC), Morgan is a much older man, his fragile mental state mainly the result of a lifetime of heavy drinking, and a writer rather than an artist. He is also a rather more violent character than the Morgan played by David Warner in this film. Some have said that these changes to the character were what made the film a big box-office hit. It was also said by some that the original Morgan (played on TV by Ian Hendry) bore a striking resemblance to David Mercer himself.
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