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Barry Lyndon (18-Dec-1975)

Director: Stanley Kubrick

Writer: Stanley Kubrick

From novel: The Memoirs of Barry Lyndon by William Makepeace Thackeray

Music Adapted and Conducted by: Leonard Rosenman

Producer: Stanley Kubrick

Keywords: Drama

Ryan O'Neal is Redmond Barry, lower class Irishman conscripted into the British Army, deserts, and then enlists in the Prussian Army to fight in the Seven Years War; after some dissolute years, he seduces the wealthy Countess of Lyndon and marries her after the death of the Count. He spends her money profligately, though since there is an heir his situation is precarious should she pass away. Won Oscars for Best Cinematography, Best Set Decoration, Best Costume Design and Best Original Score; additionally received nominations for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Marisa Berenson
Actor
15-Feb-1947   Barry Lyndon
Steven Berkoff
Actor
3-Aug-1937   London Theatre Group
Michael Hordern
Actor
3-Oct-1911 2-May-1995 The Slipper and the Rose
Hardy Krüger
Actor
12-Apr-1928   The Flight of the Phoenix
Patrick Magee
Actor
31-Mar-1922 14-Aug-1982 Mr. Alexander in A Clockwork Orange
Ryan O'Neal
Actor
20-Apr-1941   Paper Moon
Liam Redmond
Actor
27-Jul-1913 28-Oct-1989 Irish stage and film actor
Leonard Rossiter
Actor
21-Oct-1926 5-Oct-1984 The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin
Harry Towb
Actor
27-Jul-1925 24-Jul-2009 Northern Irish stage and film actor

CAST

Ryan O'Neal   ...   Barry Lyndon
Marisa Berenson   ...   Lady Lyndon
Patrick Magee   ...   The Chevalier
and
Hardy Krüger   ...   Capt. Potzdorf
Featuring
Steven Berkoff   ...   Lord Ludd
Gay Hamilton   ...   Nora
Marie Kean   ...   Barry's Mother
Diana Koerner   ...   German Girl
Murray Melvin   ...   Rev. Runt
Frank Middlemass   ...   Sir Charles Lyndon
Andre Morell   ...   Lord Wendover
Arthur O'Sullivan   ...   Highwayman
Godfrey Quigley   ...   Capt. Grogan
Leonard Rossiter   ...   Capt. Quin
Philip Stone   ...   Graham
Leon Vitali   ...   Lord Bullingdon
with
John Bindon   ...   Supporting Cast
Roger Booth   ...   Supporting Cast
Billy Boyle   ...   Supporting Cast
Jonathan Cecil   ...   Supporting Cast
Peter Cellier   ...   Supporting Cast
Geoffrey Chater   ...   Supporting Cast
Anthony Dawes   ...   Supporting Cast
Patrick Dawson   ...   Supporting Cast
Bernard Hepton   ...   Supporting Cast
Anthony Herrick   ...   Supporting Cast
Barry Jackson   ...   Supporting Cast
Wolf Kahler   ...   Supporting Cast
Patrick Laffan   ...   Supporting Cast
Hans Meyer   ...   Supporting Cast
Ferdy Mayne   ...   Supporting Cast
David Morley   ...   Supporting Cast
Liam Redmond   ...   Supporting Cast
Pat Roach   ...   Supporting Cast
Dominic Savage   ...   Supporting Cast
Frederick Schiller   ...   Supporting Cast
George Sewell   ...   Supporting Cast
Anthony Sharp   ...   Supporting Cast
John Sharp   ...   Supporting Cast
Roy Spencer   ...   Supporting Cast
John Sullivan   ...   Supporting Cast
Harry Towb   ...   Supporting Cast
Michael Hordern   ...   Narrator

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 22-Aug-2006)

Stanley Kubrick created a visual masterpiece in Barry Lyndon. Kubrick mixes drama, war, and romance in this eye-candy movie. The camera work is impeccable and I feel this whole picture is a work of art. The storyline, which is methodically paced, is about a boy named Barry and his transformation from boy to man and good to near evil. The story is appealing, but I mostly enjoyed the way it was physically presented by Kubrick. Barry Lyndon is a great movie for a Sunday afternoon for anybody, and it is a must see for Stanley Kubrick fans.


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