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Home from the Hill (3-Mar-1960)

Director: Vincente Minnelli

Writers: Harriet Frank, Jr.; Irving Ravetch

From novel: Home from the Hill by William Humphrey

Music by: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: Edmund Grainger

Keywords: Drama, Coming of Age

Robert Mitchum is a wealthy, philandering husband whose wife has for years locked him out of their bedroom. He has two sons, a manly illegitimate son, George Peppard, and a mama's boy, George Hamilton. Approaching the age of majority, Hamilton asks for more guidance from his father. As he enters into the world, the past misbehavior of his father comes back to cause him trouble. Soaper with good character development and script; nominated for the Palme d'Or.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Constance Ford
Actor
1-Jul-1923 26-Feb-1993 Ada Hobson on Another World
George Hamilton
Actor
12-Aug-1939   Well-tanned celebrity
Robert Mitchum
Actor
6-Aug-1917 1-Jul-1997 Cape Fear
Eleanor Parker
Actor
26-Jun-1922 9-Dec-2013 Interrupted Melody
George Peppard
Actor
1-Oct-1928 8-May-1994 The A Team
Anne Seymour
Actor
11-Sep-1909 8-Dec-1988 Character actress
Everett Sloane
Actor
1-Oct-1909 6-Aug-1965 Patterns
Ray Teal
Actor
12-Jan-1902 2-Apr-1976 Sheriff Roy Coffee on Bonanza

CAST

Starring
Robert Mitchum   ...   Wade Hunnicutt
Eleanor Parker   ...   Hannah Hunnicutt
Co-Starring
George Peppard   ...   Rafe Copley
George Hamilton   ...   Theron Hunnicutt
Everett Sloane   ...   Albert Halstead
Luana Patten   ...   Libby Halstead
With
Anne Seymour   ...   Sarah Halstead
Constance Ford   ...   Opal Bixby
Ken Renard   ...   Chauncey
Ray Teal   ...   Dr. Reuben Carson

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