- Won 1 Oscar. Another 7 wins & 16 nominations.
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|Vilma Ann Leslie||...||
|Gavin Lambert||...||(screenplay) and|
|Thomas N. Morahan||...||associate producer (as Tom Morahan)|
|Thomas N. Morahan||...||(as Tom Morahan)|
|Harold Fletcher||...||makeup artist|
|Geoffrey Haine||...||production manager|
|Edward Joseph||...||production manager|
|Peter Yates||...||assistant director|
|Lionel Couch||...||assistant art director|
|Dickie Bamber||...||standby props (uncredited)|
|Don Challis||...||sound editor|
|Peter Handford||...||sound mixer|
|Denys N. Coop||...||camera operator (as Denys Coop)|
|Ronnie Maasz||...||focus puller (uncredited)|
|Mike Rutter||...||clapper loader (uncredited)|
- Twentieth Century Fox Film Company (1960) (United Kingdom) (theatrical)
- Fox Films (1960) (Argentina) (theatrical)
- Twentieth Century Fox (1960) (United States) (theatrical)
- CBS (1971) (United States) (tv) (original airing) (pan/scan)
- inD DVD (2006) (United Kingdom) (DVD)
- Deutsche Fox (1960) (Germany) (theatrical)
- Umbrella Entertainment (2005) (Australia) (DVD)
Jack Cardiff received a 1960 Oscar Nomination as Best Director for this lush, engaging film starring Trevor Howard, Dean Stockwell and Donald Pleasence, which was adapted from D.H. Lawrence's classic novel. A young man with artistic talent who lives in a close-knit, English coal-mining town during the early 20th Century finds himself inhibited by his emotionally manipulative, domineering mother. Written by Anonymous
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|Trivia||Dean Stockwell was cast at producer Jerry Wald's insistence to help the film's chances of distribution in the United States. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Featured in Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff (2010). See more »|
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You know, my mother disapproves more and more of the books you bring. She blames you for putting ideas into my head.
Paul Morel: Does she think heaven frowns on ideas? Your mother breathes religion through her nostrils!
Miriam: Do you think that's wrong?
Paul Morel: It's not religious just to be religious! I think a crow is religious as it sails across the sky. It's showing the glory of God but it doesn't know it. God doesn't know things, he is things.
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