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The Gentle Rain (1966)

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Credited cast:
Christopher George ... Bill Patterson
Lynda Day George ... Judy Reynolds (as Lynda Day)
Fay Spain ... Nancy Masters
Maria Helena Dias ... Gloria
Lon Clark Lon Clark ... Harry Masters
Barbara Williams Barbara Williams ... Girl Friend
Robert Assumpaco Robert Assumpaco ... Hotel Manager
Herbert Moss Herbert Moss ... Jimmy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bert Caudle Jr. Bert Caudle Jr. ... Party Guest
Nadir Fernandes Nadir Fernandes ... Nighclub Girl
Lorena Lorena ... Jewelry Girl
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Brazil | USA

Language:

English

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10 January 1966 (USA) See more »

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Comet See more »
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Mono

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Color (Eastmancolor)
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Toward the end of the film, Judy is looking in the bathroom mirror. When she opens the mirror, several faces can be seen in the reflection. See more »

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GENTLE RAIN, THE
by Luiz Bonfa
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Implausible romance, but Lynda Day shines
25 December 2012 | by jobcnoSee all my reviews

There's a scene where Lynda Day asks Chris George why he can't speak. He "charades" it to her, i.e., he acts it out with his hands and face. Halfway through it, I couldn't help thinking of similar scenes in Marx Brothers movies! I was expecting it to conclude with Day saying, "And that's how you became Harpo Marx!"

I'm a fan of Lynda Day's from her Mission:Impossible years. I was curious to see her in something else. She does very well here with a fairly silly script. Her motivation seems plausible enough.

The problem, as others have said, is that it's hard to buy Chris George as an emotional cripple. He comes across as too macho, too strong for the part. Other than his lack of speech, there are no signs of weakness of any kind.


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