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Director:
Writer:
Peter Hyams (written by)
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Release Date:
10 August 1979 (Brazil) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
The fateful entanglements of two men in love with the same woman.
Plot:
Margaret is a nurse in England during WW2, and married to a secret agent. Things get complicated when she falls for David, an American pilot. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
1 nomination See more »
User Reviews:
An average love story during WW2, it's worth an rental,OK melodrama!! See more (31 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Harrison Ford ... David Halloran

Lesley-Anne Down ... Margaret Sellinger

Christopher Plummer ... Paul Sellinger

Alec McCowen ... Maj. Trumbo

Richard Masur ... 2nd Lieut. Jerry Cimino
Michael Sacks ... 2nd Lieut. Martin Hyer

Patsy Kensit ... Sarah Sellinger
Max Wall ... Harry Pike

Shane Rimmer ... Col. Ronald Bart
Keith Buckley ... Lieut. Wells
Sherrie Hewson ... Phyllis
Cindy O'Callaghan ... Paula
Di Trevis ... Elizabeth

Suzanne Bertish ... The French Girl
Keith Alexander ... Soldier in Barn
Jay Benedict ... Corporal Daniel Giler

John Ratzenberger ... Sgt. John Lucas
Eric Stine ... Farrell

Hugh Fraser ... Capt. Harold Lester

William Hootkins ... Beef
Kristine Howarth ... Hospital Volunteer
Shaun Scott ... Male Patient #1
Ronald Letham ... Male Patient #2
Lesley Ward ... The Nurse

Eugene Lipinski ... 1st German Clerk
Gary Waldhorn ... 2nd German Clerk
John Rees ... S.S. Sergeant
Seymour Matthews ... Soldier #1
Tony Sibbald ... Mechanic
George Pravda ... French Farmer
Harry Brooks Jr. ... S.S. Officer Staff Car
Eddie Kidd ... Motorcycle Jump Performer

Directed by
Peter Hyams 
 
Writing credits
Peter Hyams (written by)

Produced by
Harry Benn .... associate producer
Paul Lazarus III .... producer (as Paul N. Lazarus III)
Michael I. Rachmil .... associate producer (as Michael Rachmil)
Gordon Scott .... executive producer (uncredited)
 
Original Music by
John Barry 
 
Cinematography by
David Watkin (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
James Mitchell 
 
Casting by
Mary Selway 
 
Production Design by
Philip Harrison 
 
Art Direction by
Robert Cartwright 
Malcolm Middleton 
 
Set Decoration by
Ian Whittaker 
 
Costume Design by
Joan Bridge 
 
Makeup Department
Colin Jamison .... hair stylist
Peter Robb-King .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Denis Johnson .... production manager
Gordon Scott .... executive in charge of production (as Gordon L.T. Scott)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Andy Armstrong .... second assistant director
David Tringham .... first assistant director
Bob Wright .... second assistant director (as Bobby Wright)
 
Art Department
Ron Baker .... production buyer
George Ball .... property master
John Hoesli .... assistant art director
Brenda Roberson .... assistant to production designer
Alan Tomkins .... assistant art director (as Alan Tompkins)
Jeff Woodbridge .... construction manager
John Alvin .... poster artist (uncredited)
Steve Furneaux .... carpenter (uncredited)
Dennis Murray .... plasterer (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Robin Gregory .... sound recordist
Robert L. Harman .... sound re-recording mixer
Robert G. Henderson .... sound effects editor (as Robert Henderson)
William L. Schlegel .... sound re-recording mixer
Terry Sharratt .... boom operator
Frank Webster .... sound re-recording mixer
James G. Williams .... sound re-recording mixer (as James G. Williams Jr.)
 
Special Effects by
Martin Gutteridge .... special effects
 
Stunts
Alan Stuart .... stunt coordinator
Jim Dowdall .... stunt double: Christopher Plummer (uncredited)
Jim Dowdall .... stunt double: Harrison Ford (uncredited)
Jim Dowdall .... stunts (uncredited)
Eddie Kidd .... stunts (uncredited)
Chris Webb .... stunt performer (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Peter Biddle .... camera loader
David Cadwallader .... grip
Freddie Cooper .... camera operator
Derek Gattrell .... best boy
Brian Harris .... focus puller
John Jay .... still photographer
Ray Potter .... gaffer
Eric Van Haren Noman .... panaglide consultant
Eric Van Haren Noman .... panaglide operator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
John Wilson-Apperson .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Alan Paley .... associate editor: UK
Steve Pickard .... assistant editor: UK
Saul Saladow .... assistant film editor
Nancy Sales .... assistant film editor
 
Music Department
Kenneth Hall .... music editor (as Ken Hall)
Harry Rabinowitz .... conductor
Sidney Margo .... music contractor (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
John Hawke .... aircraft supplier
 
Other crew
Tracy Berns .... project assistant
Maureen Campbell .... secretary to director
Jean Clarkson .... production assistant: UK
Sally Jones .... script supervisor
Dan Perri .... titles
Monica Rogers .... production assistant: UK
Mike Russell .... publicist
Neville Thompson .... location manager
Dianne Twiddy .... secretary to producer
Gerry Wheatley .... production accountant (as Gerry Wheatly)
Jeff Hawke .... pilot: B-25 (uncredited)
David Tallichet .... pilot: B-25 (uncredited)
Tony Webb .... production assistant (uncredited)
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Additional Details

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Runtime:
109 min
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Language:
Color:
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
2.20 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
70 mm 6-Track (70 mm prints) | Dolby (35 mm prints)
Certification:
Australia:M | Canada:PG (Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:A (Nova Scotia) | Canada:G (Quebec) | Finland:K-16 | Iceland:12 | Singapore:PG | UK:A (original rating) | UK:PG (video rating) | USA:PG | West Germany:12

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Trivia:
In the end credits, it is listed that Harry Rabinowitz conducted John Barry's score. The reason for this is because at the time of the recording, Barry was living in America, and was not able to fly to England to conduct the score, where it was recorded for financial reasons. So what is mostly heard in the film is Barry's score as it was originally written, because Rabinowitz did not want to touch Barry's score, and Barry couldn't provide any rewrites. Another problem arose with this situation, because Peter Hyams, the writer and director, did want rewrites for the last half-hour of the film. Arrangements were made, and, with the exception of one cue heard during the scene with Christopher Plummer's and Harrison Ford's characters discussing Margaret in the top of the barn, new music was written for the scenes that happen in France. This was also the first time John Barry had a score recorded in CTS Studios' new location; The Music Centre in Wembley, England. All of his other scores recorded in CTS Studios were recorded at their previous location in Bayswater, London.See more »
Goofs:
Factual errors: British fire engines only had electric or hand bells, not the continental type sirens as heard in this film.See more »
Quotes:
David Halloran:I love you enough to let you go, which is more than I've ever felt about anyone in my life.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Monster Squad Forever! (2007) (V)See more »
Soundtrack:
God Rest You Merry, GentlemenSee more »

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7 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
An average love story during WW2, it's worth an rental,OK melodrama!!, 19 November 1999
Author: Doc_Who from VACAVILLE, CA, USA

This love story is set during Europe during World War Two. Harrison Ford plays an American pilot who falls for a nurse played by Lesley-Anne Down. Eventually the miltary send Ford on a spy mission with Christpher Plummer. The wife must decide what to do with her love life. It is average melodrama set during World War 2. This movie is OK if you love Harrison Ford, but I will pass and watch one of his better movies!!If you like love stories set during this era of history check it out !!Otherwise, avoid this love story mess!!!But if you are a least bit curious check it out at the library or the video store!!!

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