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The Member of the Wedding (30-Dec-1952)

Director: Fred Zinnemann

Writers: Edna Anhalt; Edward Anhalt

From novel: The Member of the Wedding by Carson McCullers

From a play by: Carson McCullers

Musical Score by: Alex North

Keywords: Drama, Wedding

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Brandon De Wilde
Actor
9-Apr-1942 6-Jul-1972 Shane! Come back!
Arthur Franz
Actor
29-Feb-1920 17-Jun-2006 The Sniper
Nancy Gates
Actor
1-Feb-1926   Suddenly
Julie Harris
Actor
2-Dec-1925 24-Aug-2013 East of Eden
Dickie Moore
Actor
12-Sep-1925   The Little Rascals
Ethel Waters
Singer
31-Oct-1896 1-Sep-1977 Sweet Mama Stringbean

CAST

Starring
Ethel Waters   ...   Berenice Sadie Brown
Julie Harris   ...   Frankie Addams
Brandon De Wilde   ...   John Henry
with
Arthur Franz   ...   Jarvis
Nancy Gates   ...   Janice
William Hansen   ...   Mr. Addams
James Edwards   ...   Honey
Harry Bolden   ...   T. T. Williams
Dickie Moore   ...   Drunken Soldier

REVIEWS

Review by michael (posted on 14-Mar-2005)

This film is a real gem. Three of the most brilliant performances you will ever see, Julie Harris, Ethel Waters and Brandon De Wilde.

A remarkable view of a teenager growing up in a world that is constantly changing around her. Looking for love, that is surrounding all the time. These wonderful friends she takes for granted are the ones she truly needs and not those of the neighbors next door.

What beautiful relationships are shown and developed between these three generations. Truly, aa lovely film.


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