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Another Man, Another Chance (1977)

Un autre homme, une autre chance (original title)
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A photographer, who has been hired to photograph the wild west of America where he has lived his entire life, tells his client of a photograph he has that was taken one hundred years ago by... See full summary »

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Claude Lelouch

Writer:

Claude Lelouch
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
James Caan ... David Williams / Photographer
Geneviève Bujold ... Jeanne Leroy née Perriere (as Genevieve Bujold)
Francis Huster ... Francis Leroy
Susan Tyrrell ... Alice
Jennifer Warren ... Mary Williams
Rossie Harris ... Simon Williams
Linda Lee Lyons Linda Lee Lyons ... Sarah Leroy
Jacques Villeret ... Customer
Fred Stuthman ... Mary's Father
Diana Douglas ... Mary's Mother
Michael Berryman ... 1st Bandit
Dominic Barto Dominic Barto ... Wounded Man
Richard Farnsworth ... Stagecoach Driver (as Dick Farnsworth)
George Flaherty George Flaherty ... Sheriff Carter
Robert Tessier ... Blacksmith
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Storyline

A photographer, who has been hired to photograph the wild west of America where he has lived his entire life, tells his client of a photograph he has that was taken one hundred years ago by his French great-grandmother that epitomizes what he is trying to capture. The story behind the photographer's heritage and that photograph... In the early 1870s, photographer Francis Leroy and who would eventually becomes his wife, Jeanne Leroy née Perriere, a baker's daughter and an aspiring photographer in her own right, move from Paris, where strife has taken hold due to Napoleon's loss in the Franco-Prussian War, to the American west, where the light is more conducive for their photography work. The move is despite not knowing about life at their destination and not knowing how to speak English. Veterinarian David Williams and his wife Mary Williams love each other, but their wants in life are incompatible with each other, David who loves his work treating real animals on farms and ranches, ... Written by Huggo

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Genres:

Western

Certificate:

PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

France | USA

Language:

English | French | Spanish

Release Date:

28 September 1977 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Another Man, Another Chance See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Goofs

After David treats one of the bad guys at their camp, another one warns him about not saying where he really was. The voice doesn't match what this bad guy said. See more »

Quotes

David Williams: I guess if you're gonna spend your life with yourself, you might as well to learn to be good company.
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Alternate Versions

NBC edited 33 minutes from this film for its 1982 network television premiere. See more »

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One of the few films I have ever walked out of, this thing stunk!
22 November 2005 | by c-dunn-1See all my reviews

I saw this movie when I was in the army back in the 1970s. Along with Murder on the Orient Express and Cactus Flower, this is the only other movie I ever walked out of the theater on. My wife came with me to see the movie for something to do. She agreed that it sucked and that we should leave the theater, to do more important things, such as watch the linoleum curl on the kitchen floor. Hey, at least that had some suspense in it. Do yourself a favor, and rent Road Trip or Harold and Kumar instead, they were funny and entertaining, this was artsy stupid crap. Since I have nothing else to say and there is a ten line minimum, I just want to say that this thing stunk.


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