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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Hart Bochner ...  Jake Barnes
Jane Seymour ...  Brett Ashley
Robert Carradine ...  Robert Cohn
Zeljko Ivanek ...  Bill Gorton
Ian Charleson ...  Mike Campbell
Leonard Nimoy ...  Count Mippipopolous
Stéphane Audran ...  Georgette
Andrea Occhipinti ...  Pedro Romero
Elizabeth Bourgine ...  Nicole (as Élisabeth Bourgine)
Hutton Cobb Hutton Cobb ...  Chaz
Jennifer Hilary ...  Frances Clyne
Arch Taylor Arch Taylor ...  Lew Braddocks
Renata Benedict Renata Benedict ...  Eve Braddocks
Julian Sands ...  Gerald
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jacques Alric Jacques Alric ...  Man in Cafe
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An ex-soldier suffered some sort of injury to his genitals during World War I. Instead of going back home to the USA, he stays in Paris with several other wounded souls; some have been physically wounded, while others are suffer from psychological wounds. Written by Tim Horrigan <horrigan@aol.com>; Jumping_Elephant

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 December 1984 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Ja aurinko nousee See more »

Filming Locations:

Pamplona, Navarra, Spain See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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Not as bad as all that
7 July 2002 | by schappe1See all my reviews

Some good and some bad compared to the 1957 effort. The story is better told. The movie is basically the latter half of it. (Yes, we do learn what happened to Jake). There's more time in a miniseries to tell a story like this. Jane Seymour, a very talented actress is fine as Lady Brett. Hart Bochner lacks charisma as the lead. It's hard to tell why everybody thinks he's such a dynamic guy. Robert Carradine is a much more impressive Cohen than Mel Ferrer. We learn much more about the character here. The actors are all much younger, (or at least younger-looking) than their 1957 counterparts. It gives the impression of kids playing "grown-up". It's hard to compare Bochner to Tyrone Power, Zeljko Ivanek to Eddie Albert, Ian Charleston to Errol Flynn, etc. because the 1957 cast consisted of older, more accomplished performers. And yet, since this takes place in the 1920's, the characters would have been more the age of the performers in the mini-series. The 1957 cast was almost old enough to have fought in World War I themselves.


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