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Robert CLAMPETT

Country : United states

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THE INVISIBLE MAN

James WHALE

Country : United states

DE L'INFLUENCE DES RAYONS GAMMA SUR LE COMPORTEMENT DES MARGUERITES
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THE EFFECT OF THE GAMMA RAYS ON MAN IN-THE-MOON MARIGOLDS

Directed by : Paul NEWMAN

Year of production : 1972 Country : UNITED STATES Length : 100 minutes

Synopsis

To escape the boredom of her sad existence, Beatrice Hunsdorfer goes through the small the ads and lonely hearts every day. She spends most of her time locked away at home, chain smoking cigarettes. Her father is dead; her son was killed in Korea; her husband left her. The men she tries to interest are both fascinated and disgusted by her. To make ends meet, she tries to sell dancing classes over the telephone. She also rents one of her rooms to people that are even stranger than her. One of her two daughters studies the effects of gamma rays on marigolds. The effects are weird: the seeds of the flowers suffer genetic mutations that seem to partially destroy them...

Credits

Paul NEWMAN - Director

Alvin SARGENT - Script / Dialogue

Adam HOLENDER - Cinematography

Evan LOTTMAN - Film Editor

Maurice JARRE - Music

Richard MERRELL - Set decorator

Casting

Joanne WOODWARD - Beatrice

Estelle OMENS - Caroline

Richard VENTURE - Floyd

Nell POTTS - Matilda

Roberta WALLACH - Ruth

Judith LOWRY - Nanny

David SPIELBERG - Mr Goodman

Michael KEARNEY - Chris Burns

Roger SERBAGI - Charlie

Ellen DANO - Janice

Carolyn COATES - Mrs McKay

Paul NEWMAN

Contacts

Production

TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX FILM CORPORATION -

Distribution

SPLENDOR FILMS - T: +33 (0)1 44 69 59 49 - splendor.films@yahoo.fr

French press

MATHILDE INCERTI - T: +33 (0)1 48 05 20 80

International sales

HOLLYWOOD CLASSICS - T: +44 207 424 7280 - www.hollywoodclassics.com - info@hollywoodclassics.com

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THE EFFECT OF THE GAMMA RAYS ON MAN IN-THE-MOON MARIGOLDS

To escape the boredom of her sad existence, Beatrice Hunsdorfer goes through the small the ads and lonely hearts every day. She spends most of her tim...
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