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A Walk in the Spring Rain (1970)

The Merediths move to an isolated farm. Mrs. Meredith and the neighbour Will Cade become friends and anticipate becoming lovers.

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Credited cast:
... Will Cade
... Libby Meredith
... Roger Meredith
... Ellen Meredith
... Boy (as Tom Fielding)
... Ann Cade
Mitchell Silberman ... Bucky
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Janet Nelson Chadwick ... Singer at Festival (segment "Oh Shenandoah")
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Libby Meredith and her husband Roger, a college professor, have a quiet, comfortable marriage. They journey to the Great Smoky Mountain region of Tennessee, where Roger will spend his sabbatical year writing a book. Their neighbor, an unhappily married mountain man falls in love with Libby at first sight. Although plagued by guilt, Libby cannot deny the sudden, overwhelming passion and exuberance she feels as a result of the mountain man's confession of love. Their brief, idyllic infatuation is interrupted by sudden violence. Written by alfiehitchie

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There weren't supposed to be anymore surprises in their lives. And then they met each other. See more »

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11 June 1970 (Australia)  »

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About 20 minutes in, the song that plays on the car radio as Libby drives to town is 'Good Clean Fun' by the Monkees. She turns it off after a few seconds. See more »

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The daughter's position at the kitchen table when Ingrid Bergman hits the cup and saucer with her hand. See more »

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Referenced in Tom Holland: Writing Horror (2016) See more »

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What Am I Doing Hangin Round?
Written by Michael Martin Murphey and Owens Boomer Castleman (as Owen Castleman)
Performed by The Monkees
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Three divergent accents adrift in the Smoky Mountains...
27 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

Admirers of classic films will no doubt enjoy seeing Anthony Quinn reunited with Ingrid Bergman, his co-star from 1964's "The Visit"; they're an interesting screen match, but here, in 1970, with handyman Quinn talking in a southern drawl and matronly Bergman playing a professor's wife living on a farm in Tennessee, one cannot help but feel a sense of central dislocation. Bergman's husband (American actor Fritz Weaver) takes a year off from teaching to write a textbook, but instead stares at his typewriter, pipe firmly stuck between his teeth (his wife isn't frigid, but he is). It's no wonder then that Bergman enjoys Quinn's advances, but since they're both married--and have problems with their selfish children besides--it's hardly a December-age romance. Dreary melodrama, adapted from the book by Rachel Maddux, with clumsy exposition and even clumsier attempts to modernize an old formula. Charles Lang's cinematography is a visually jarring mix of location shots, back projection and ugly sets, while miscast Quinn is overly-friendly and solicitous (he makes the audience as uncomfortable as Ingrid's chilly spouse). While it's good to see the two stars together again, this Smoky Mountains scenario is a drag: colorlessly staged, poorly-conceived, predictable and depressing. ** from ****


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