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A Little Romance (27-Apr-1979)

Director: George Roy Hill

Writer: Allan Burns

From novel: e=mc2 mon amour by Patrick Cauvin (pseudonym of Claude Klotz)

Original Music Composed and Conducted by: Georges Delerue

Producers: Yves Rousset-Rouard; Robert L. Crawford

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Broderick Crawford
9-Dec-1911 26-Apr-1986 All the King's Men
David Dukes
6-Jun-1945 9-Oct-2000 War and Remembrance
Arthur Hill
1-Aug-1922 26-Oct-2006 Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law
Sally Kellerman
2-Jun-1937   Hot Lips in M*A*S*H
Diane Lane
22-Jan-1965   A Walk on the Moon
Anna Massey
11-Aug-1937 3-Jul-2011 Peeping Tom
Laurence Olivier
22-May-1907 11-Jul-1989 Shakespearean actor


Laurence Olivier   ...   Julius
Diane Lane   ...   Lauren
Thelonious Bernard   ...   Daniel
Arthur Hill   ...   Richard King
Sally Kellerman   ...   Kay King
David Dukes   ...   George de Marco
Andrew Duncan   ...   Bob Duryea
Claudette Sutherland   ...   Janet Duryea
Graham Fletcher-Cook   ...   Londet
Ashby Semple   ...   Natalie
Claude Brosset   ...   Michel Michon
Jacques Maury   ...   Insp. Leclerc
Anna Massey   ...   Ms. Siegel
Peter Maloney   ...   Martin
Dominique Lavanant   ...   Mme. Cormier
Mike Marshall   ...   1st Assistant Director
Broderick Crawford   ...   Himself
Michel Bardinet   ...   French Ambassador
Alain David Gabison   ...   French Representative
Isabel Duby   ...   Monique
Jeffrey Carey   ...   Make-up Man
John Pepper   ...   2nd Assistant Director
Denise Glaser   ...   Woman Critic
Jeanne Herviale   ...   Woman in Metro
Carlo Lastricati   ...   Tour Guide
Judith Mullen   ...   Secretary
Philippe Brigaud   ...   Theatre Manager
Lucienne Legrand   ...   Cashier


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