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Who Will Love My Children? (14-Feb-1983)

Director: John Erman

Writer: Michael Bortman

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ann-Margret
Actor
28-Apr-1941   Carnal Knowledge
Lonny Chapman
Actor
1-Oct-1920 12-Oct-2007 American character actor
Cathryn Damon
Actor
11-Sep-1930 4-May-1987 Mary Campbell on Soap
Frederic Forrest
Actor
23-Dec-1936   Apocalypse Now
Soleil Moon Frye
Actor
6-Aug-1976   Punky Brewster
Tracey Gold
Actor
16-May-1969   Growing Pains
Donald Moffat
Actor
26-Dec-1930   British-American character actor
William Sanderson
Actor
10-Jan-1944   J.F. Sebastian in Blade Runner
Hallie Todd
Actor
7-Jan-1962   Penny Waters on Brothers

REVIEWS

Review by s l daugherty (posted on 11-May-2008)

Wonderful movie. Breakout performance for Ann-Margret. Nominated for an Emmy award for this role . She was the one to beat in this category for her moving performance of a woman with many children dying of cancer. She was predicted to win ,however lost to Miss Barbara Standwick for her performance in "The Thorn Birfds".When accepting her award , miss Standwick praised Ann-Margret saying it should have been her winning this instead. What an honor. Ann-Margret has been a great actress and musical entertainer as well as dancer. One of my favorite's ! She is a true ledgend. See this movie. It is a wonderful drama with Fredrick Forrest as co star.


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