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Class of '63 (1973)

Not Rated | | Drama | TV Movie 14 March 1973
A jealous husband uses a college reunion to take revenge on his wife's former lover, who he is convinced is still having an affair with her.

Director:

John Korty

Writer:

Lee Kalcheim
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Cast

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James Brolin ... Joe Hart
Joan Hackett ... Louise Swerner
Cliff Gorman ... Mickey Swerner
Woody Chambliss Woody Chambliss ... Doctor Pillard
Ed Lauter ... Dave McKay
Colby Chester ... Brandon George
Graham Beckel ... Dan, the Bartender
William Kerwin ... Rex
Tom Peters Tom Peters ... Lenny Hill
Ann Noland Ann Noland ... Girl
Jessica Rains Jessica Rains ... Young Wife
Lou Picetti Lou Picetti ... Alumnus Husband
Burke Byrnes ... Second Alumnus
Don McGovern Don McGovern ... Minister
Tom McFadden Tom McFadden ... Alumni Chairman
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A jealous husband uses a college reunion to take revenge on his wife's former lover, who he is convinced is still having an affair with her.

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 March 1973 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Classe '63 See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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6 December 2001 | by Jennel2See all my reviews

Though its title may have been an attempt to cash in on the then popular "Summer of '43" sequel, "Class of '63" was one of ABC's best movie of the week offerings in the 70s. The plot concerns the ten year reunion of a group of college students, one of whom has hommicidal intentions towards his former classmates, stemming from a romantic slight. But it's not a by the numbers revenge flick. The script is literate and intelligent, Korty's direction is very sharp, and the acting (especially by Cliff Gorman and Joan Hackett) is surprisingly good. I would call it almost noirish. And there is a haunting use of the song "Louise," that contributes to the suspense.


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