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Sweet November (8-Feb-1968)

Director: Robert Ellis Miller

Writer: Herman Raucher

Music Composed and Conducted by: Michel Legrand

Producers: Jerry Gershwin; Elliott Kastner

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Terminal Illness, Brooklyn

A terminally ill woman from Brooklyn Heights acquires a new lover every month, and tries to fix their emotional problems. Anthony Newley is her stray for the month of November. Overly sentimental romance.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Theodore Bikel
Actor
2-May-1924   The Defiant Ones
Sandy Dennis
Actor
27-Apr-1937 2-Mar-1992 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Anthony Newley
Actor
24-Sep-1931 14-Apr-1999 Artful Dodger in Oliver Twist
Virginia Vincent
Actor
3-May-1924   I Want to Live!

CAST

Starring
Sandy Dennis   ...   Sara Deever
Anthony Newley   ...   Charlie Blake
Co-Starring
Theodore Bikel   ...   Alonzo
Burr DeBenning   ...   Clem Batchman
Sandy Baron   ...   Richard
Featuring
Marj Dusay   ...   Carol
Martin West   ...   Gordon
Virginia Vincent   ...   Mrs. Schumacher
King Moody   ...   Digby
Robert Gibbons   ...   Sam Naylor

REVIEWS

Review by Herman Raucher (posted on 5-Nov-2008)

This movie is incredible. The writing is superlative (Herman Raucher also wrote Summer of '42 and Ode to Billy Joe). It tells the story of a dying woman who desperately wants to be remembered. She attempts to achieve this through unconventional means. This movie is my favorite by Raucher.


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