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Mayflower: The Pilgrims' Adventure ()


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In 1620, the Assembly of the Pilgrims decides to emigrate to the young America because of the persecution they suffer by the English crown. The film tells the adventurous journey of the... See more »

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Captain Jones
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William Brewster
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Priscilla Mullins
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John Alden
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Myles Standish
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Rose Standish
John Heffernan ...
Christopher Martin
Paul Sparer ...
The Sheriff
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William Mullins
W.B. Brydon ...
Robert Cushman (as W.B.Brydon)
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Stephen Hopkins
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George Bennett
Guy Sorel ...
Captain Reynolds
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Mary Brewster
George Taylor ...
Dr. Giles Heale
Martha Sinnard Wright ...
Marie Martin
Tim Barrett ...
Regis
David Davis ...
Benjamin White
Michael J. Loggins ...
Dunston (as Michael James Loggins)
Scott Roark ...
Master Joseph Mullins
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Jim Magee ...
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Directed by

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George Schaefer

Written by

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James Lee Barrett ... (written by)

Produced by

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Louise Ramsay ... associate producer (as Louise A Ramsay)
Linda Yellen ... executive producer / producer

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Brad Fiedel

Cinematography by

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Arthur J. Ornitz ... director of photography (as Arthur Ornitz)

Film Editing by

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Eric Albertson

Editorial Department

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Kevin Lee ... assistant editor

Art Direction by

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Ben Edwards

Set Decoration by

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Philip Smith

Costume Design by

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Ruth Morley

Makeup Department

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Lee Trent ... hair designer
Peter Wrona Jr. ... makeup artist (as Peter Wrona)

Production Management

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Bruce S. Pustin ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Robert V. Girolami ... first assistant director
Joan Van Horn ... second assistant director (as Joan Spiegel Feinstein)

Art Department

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Lester Polakov ... scenic artist
Michael Saccio ... property master

Sound Department

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John H. Bolz ... sound mixer (as John Bolz)
Jack Cooley ... re-recording
Ron Kalish ... sound editing

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Phil Kellison ... miniatures

Camera and Electrical Department

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Louis Cappeta ... grip (as Lou Cappeto)
Willie Meyerhoff ... gaffer (as Willi Meyerhoff)
Donald Sweeney ... camera operator (as Don Sweeney)
Joseph Di Pasquale ... first assistant camera (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Jane Feinberg ... casting
Mike Fenton ... casting
Lynn Kressel ... casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Richard Hershey ... wardrobe supervisor
Jennifer Nichols ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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Edwin 'Itsi' Atkins ... location manager (as Edwin C. Atkins)

Music Department

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Huggy-Bear Ferris ... additional lyrics

Other crew

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Dana Keefer ... assistant to the executive producer
Adrienne Luraschi ... assistant to Mr. Schaefer
Patrick McCormick ... production associate
Martha Pinson ... script supervisor
Bruce S. Pustin ... production executive

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  • CBS (1979) (United States) (tv) (original airing)

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Plot Summary

In 1620, the Assembly of the Pilgrims decides to emigrate to the young America because of the persecution they suffer by the English crown. The film tells the adventurous journey of the Pilgrims to an unknown land and future. Written by Volker Boehm

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Also Known As
  • La aventura del Mayflower (Spain)
  • Il viaggio della Mayflower (Italy)
Runtime
  • 97 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Opening credits prologue: Of the 103 men, women and children who sailed for 66 days aboard the Mayflower, 51 died during the first winter in the New World. John Alden and Priscilla Mullins married, and had eleven children. Captain Myles Standish was instrumental in establishing friendly relations with the native Indians. Rose Standish died shortly after arrival. William Brewster continued to provide inspired spiritual leadership to the people of Plymouth Colony. And Captain Christopher Jones stayed on in The New World for six months before sailing back to England and retiring. The Plymouth Colony flourished... Perhaps no other group would ever so completely epitomize the courage, hopes and dreams of what would become AMERICA. See more »
Crazy Credits Opening credits prologue: England 1620 See more »

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