This 90 minute special originally aired on the British N.E.T. Playhouse series in 1971. It is a remake of Carl Zuckmayer's 1936 British film about the Dutch artist following the death of his beloved wife.

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Cyril Shaps ...
Menasseh
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Toke Townley ...
Shopkeeper
David Cargill ...
Ludwick
Julie May ...
Flower seller
Bernard Stone ...
Jeweller
Derek Aylward ...
Cocq
John Barrard ...
Ruytenburch
John Carlin ...
Kemp
Jill Bennett ...
Laurie Leigh ...
Maid
Howard Rawlinson ...
Fabrizius
Brian Oulton ...
Six
Hugh Cross ...
Equerry
Nicholas Evans ...
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This 90 minute special originally aired on the British N.E.T. Playhouse series in 1971. It is a remake of Carl Zuckmayer's 1936 British film about the Dutch artist following the death of his beloved wife.

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12 July 1971 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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This is an excellent film with great acting!
27 April 2001 | by (London, UK) – See all my reviews

This is some of the best acting I've ever seen. There are obviously some script problems here but that's understandable with a TV movie. The actor playing Rembrandt was great and the Canadian Cory Mistyshyn is absolutely unforgettable as John-Pierre. I would recommend this film to everybody, it seems very realistic and true-to-facts regarding Rembrandt's fascinating (and eventful!) life. It's great and you can find it on video.


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