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Seven Nights in Japan (1976)

The British royal Prince George travels to Japan and falls in love with a local woman named Sumi.

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Prince George
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Sumi
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Henry Hollander
Anne Lonnberg ...
Jane Hollander (as Ann Lönnberg)
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Mrs. Blanche Hollander (as Eleonore Hirt)
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Lionel Murton ...
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The British royal Prince George travels to Japan and falls in love with a local woman named Sumi.

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7 nyhtes stin Iaponia  »

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This motion picture was "a loose update of Roman Holiday (1953)". See more »

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When Prince George calls Hollander (Charles Gray) from the train station, the prince is calling during daylight hours, whereas Hollander and his wife were woken up in bed implying night time - unless they either went to bed early or were very late risers. See more »

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References Roman Holiday (1953) See more »

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Disco-Doodle
(1977)
music: David Hentschel
lyrics: John Gilbert
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Pretty good
24 July 2010 | by (India) – See all my reviews

I Happened to see this movie in my class 3.I watched this movie in an open air theater at pune air force station. A very remarkable movie that even today i could remember some glimpses of it. A good movie to remember. The Hero is a British Prince who escapes and lands in japan meets a guide and falls in love with her.The song the heroine sings in the bus is very very good.Our hero daily gets into the bus to see her finally persuades her to love him. The seventh day he is traced and is taken back. The love dies.The Actors have done a pretty good job and I would suggest every one has to keep a collection in their movie library.


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