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The Late Film: A Separate Peace


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John Heyl, Parker Stevenson
It is 1942 and, at an exclusive American boys' school, Gene, the intellectual, and Finny, the athlete, are inseparable - a mutual admiration society of two. But after a crippling accident to Finny, rumours start in the school-did he fall or was he pushed?
Screenplay by preo SEGAL
Based on the novel by JOHN KNOWLES Producer ROBERT A. goldston
Director LARRY PEERCE. Films: page 14


Play By: Preo Segal
Novel By: John Knowles
Producer: Robert A. Goldston
Director: Larry Peerce.
Finny: John Heyl
Gene: Parker Stevenson
Leper: Peter Brush
Brinker: Victor Bevine
Chet: Scott Bradbury
Bobby: John E A MacKenzie
John: Mark Trefethen
Quackenbush frank: Wilich Jr
Mr Patchwithers: William Roerick
Mrs Patchwithers: Elizabeth B. Brewster
Mr Ludsbury: Edward Echols

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The Late Film: A Separate Peace

BBC One London, 29 October 1982 22.50

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