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At the behest of an old and dear friend, playwright Lillian Hellman undertakes a dangerous mission to smuggle funds into Nazi Germany.

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  • Won 3 Oscars. Another 18 wins & 25 nominations.
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Lillian
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Julia
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Hammett
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Johann
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Alan
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Dottie
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Anne Marie
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Woman Passenger
Elisabeth Mortensen ...
Girl Passenger
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Sammy
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Young Julia
Susan Jones ...
Young Lillian
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Grandmother
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Undertaker
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Pratt
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Passport Officer (as Gerard Buhr)
Stefan Gryff ...
'Hamlet'
Phillip Siegel ...
Little Boy
Molly Urquhart ...
Woman
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Butler
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Woman in Berlin Station
Edmond Bernard ...
Man in Berlin Station
Jacques David ...
Fat Man
Jacqueline Staup ...
Woman in Green Hat
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Vienna Concierge
Christian de Tillière ...
Paris Concierge (as Christian De Tiliere)
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Walter Franz
Jacques Disses ...
(uncredited)
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Woman in Boat (uncredited)
Jim Kane ...
Sardi (uncredited)
Don Koll ...
First Nighter at Sardi's (uncredited)
Francis Lemaire ...
Train Steward (uncredited)
Richard Marr ...
Sardi Customer (uncredited)
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Receptionnist (uncredited)
Ted Richert ...
Lillian's Friend in Sardy's (uncredited)
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Customs Officer (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ...
Man (uncredited)
Vincent Sardi Jr. ...
Bit Part (uncredited)
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Grandfather (uncredited)

Directed by

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Fred Zinnemann

Written by

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Lillian Hellman ... (based upon the story by)
 
Alvin Sargent ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Julien Derode ... executive producer
Tom Pevsner ... associate producer
Richard N. Roth ... producer (as Richard Roth)

Music by

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Georges Delerue

Cinematography by

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Douglas Slocombe ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Marcel Durham
Walter Murch

Editorial Department

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Mick Monks ... assistant editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Margot Capelier
Jenia Reissar
Juliet Taylor

Production Design by

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Gene Callahan
Carmen Dillon
Willy Holt

Costume Design by

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Anthea Sylbert ... (costumes designed by: principals')

Makeup Department

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Bernadine M. Anderson ... makeup artist: Jane Fonda (as Bernadine Anderson)
George Frost ... makeup artist
Ramon Gow ... hair stylist
Jacques Michel ... wig maker (uncredited)

Production Management

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Bill Kirby ... production manager
Jean-Pierre Spiri-Mercanton ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Alain Bonnot ... assistant director
Anthony Waye ... assistant director
Gerry Gavigan ... second assistant director (uncredited)
Terry Hodgkinson ... second assistant director (uncredited)
Terry Madden ... third assistant director (uncredited)
Roger Wielgus ... second second assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Pierre Charron ... set dresser
Tessa Davies ... set dresser
Laurie Kerr ... carpenter
John Leuenberger ... property master
Pierre Roudeix ... property master
Richard Amsel ... poster artist (uncredited)
Tommy Bacon ... dressing props (uncredited)
Reg Bream ... chief draughtsman (uncredited)
Alan Cassie ... assistant art director (uncredited)
Steve Cooper ... art department assistant (uncredited)
Bob Douglas ... props (uncredited)
Dennis Fruin ... dressing props (uncredited)
Bill Gold ... poster designer (uncredited)
Bob Hedges ... props (uncredited)
Peter Hedges ... props (uncredited)
David Lusby ... production buyer (uncredited)
Kieron Mcnamara ... dressing props (uncredited)
Peter Sheilds ... draughtsman (uncredited)
Bob Walker ... signwriter (uncredited)
Gus Walker ... construction manager (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Derek Ball ... sound mixer
Leslie Hodgson ... sound editor
Bill Rowe ... sound re-recordist
Bill Barringer ... sound assistant (uncredited)
Roy Birchley ... assistant dubbing editor (uncredited)
Peter Handford ... sound engineer (uncredited)
Archie Ludski ... dubbing editor (uncredited)
Ken Nightingall ... boom operator (uncredited)

Stunts

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Daniel Breton ... stunts (uncredited)
Sue Crosland ... stunt double: Lisa Pelican (uncredited)
Veronica Griffiths ... stunt double: Susan Jones (uncredited)
Colin Skeaping ... stunts (uncredited)
Dan Vieru ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Patrick Carey ... second unit photography (as Paddy Carey)
Guy Delattre ... second unit photography
Charles Lefèvre ... chief electrician
Barry Miller ... chief electrician
Brian Osborne ... chief grip
René Strasser ... chief grip (as Rene Strasser)
Robin Vidgeon ... camera assistant
Chic Waterson ... camera operator
Danny Eccleston ... best boy (uncredited)
Micky Finch ... second assistant camera (uncredited)
John Hammond ... electrician (uncredited)
John Harman ... electrician (uncredited)
Ray Snooks ... electrician (uncredited)
Hank Wilcox ... electrician (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Colette Baudot ... wardrobe supervisor: men
Joan Bridge ... wardrobe designer
Annalisa Nasalli-Rocca ... wardrobe designer
John Wilson-Apperson ... costume supervisor (as John Apperson)
Joan Joseff ... costume jeweller (uncredited)
Ruth Knight ... wardrobe assistant (uncredited)
Janet Lucas-Wakely ... wardrobe assistant (uncredited)

Music Department

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Georges Delerue ... conductor
John Cameron ... arranger: period music (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department

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Pamela Davies ... continuity

Transportation Department

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Peter R. Chittell ... unit car driver (uncredited)

Additional Crew

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Stanley Burridge ... production accountant
Van Jones ... production assistant
Alan Ladd Jr. ... presenter
Linda Allen ... secretary: M. Derode (uncredited)
John William Ault ... film extra (uncredited)
Trudy Balen ... accounts secretary (uncredited)
Paul Chart ... production assistant (uncredited)
Claudia Fraser-Orr ... secretary: Mr. Zinnemann (uncredited)
Geoff Freeman ... unit publicist (uncredited)
Barbara Harley ... publicity secretary (uncredited)
Carolyn Hicks-Beach ... secretary: Mr. Roth (uncredited)
Elizabeth Smith ... dialogue director (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

This Oscar-winning drama, based on the writing of Lillian Hellman, depicts the relationship between two friends and its unexpected consequences. After Lillian, a renowned playwright, reunites in Russia with her childhood playmate Julia, the writer is recruited to smuggle funds into Germany to aid the anti-Nazi movement. Waiting in the wings is Lillian's lover and mentor, Dashiell Hammett, who is unaware of her dangerous assignment. Written by Jwelch5742

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Taglines The story of two women whose friendship suddenly became a matter of life and death. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Muistojeni Julia (Finland)
  • Dzhuliya (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Juria (Japan)
  • Júlia (Brazil)
  • Джулия (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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Runtime
  • 117 min
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Box Office

Budget $7,840,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The shadowy person sitting in the fishing boat at the beginning and end of the film is actually Lillian Hellman. Jane Fonda did the voice-over. See more »
Goofs When Lillian enters the Tuileries Garden with Johann in the long shot, the windshields of modern-day cars can be seen "zooming" past The Louvre faster than cars of the time period would. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Jane Fonda/Orson Bean/Skip Stephenson/Dr. Michael Fox (1977). See more »
Soundtracks My Blue Heaven See more »
Quotes Dashiell Hammett: [after reading Lillian's play] You better tear this up. It's not that it's bad, it's just not good enough, not for you.
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