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Saturday Cinema: War and Peace

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King Vidor's film version of Tolstoy's monumental masterpiece starring
Henry Fonda
Audrey Hepburn , Mel Ferrer
A fascinating blend of superbly orchestrated action sequences, authoritative direction and powerful acting performances distinguishes this international production. Henry Fonda and Audrey Hepburn head the cast, Jack Cardiff and Aldo Tonti were responsible for the fine photography and seemingly the entire Italian army don French uniforms for the spectacular and moving retreat from Moscow.
Screenplay by BRIDGET BOLAND
ROBERT WESTERBY , KING VIDOR , MARIO CAMERINI ENNIO DE CONCINI and IVO PERILU based on the novel by LEO TOLSTOY
Produced by DINO DE LAURENTUS
Directed by KING VIDOR
Films: page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Fonda
Unknown: Audrey Hepburn
Unknown: Mel Ferrer
Unknown: Henry Fonda
Unknown: Audrey Hepburn
Unknown: Jack Cardiff
Unknown: Aldo Tonti
Unknown: Bridget Boland
Unknown: Robert Westerby
Unknown: King Vidor
Unknown: Mario Camerini
Unknown: Ennio de Concini
Unknown: Ivo Perilu
Novel By: Leo Tolstoy
Produced By: Dino de Laurentus
Directed By: King Vidor
Natasha Rostov: Audrey Hepburn
Pierre Bezukhov: Henry Fonda
Prince Andrey: Mel Ferrer
Anatole Kuragin: Vittorio Gassman
Napoleon Bonaparte: Herbert Lom
General Kutuzov: Oscar Homolka
Helene: Anita Ekberg
Dolokhov: Helmut Dantine
Count Nicholas Rostov: Barry Jones
Maria Bolkonsky: Anna Maria Ferrero
Lise Bolkonsky: Milly Vitale
Nicholas Rostov: Jeremy Brett
Sonya Rostov: May Britt
Basil Kouraguine -: Tullio Carminati
Prince Bolkonsky: Wilfrid Lawson
Countess Rostov: Lea Seidl
Petya Rostov: Sean Barrett
Platon Karatsev: John Mills

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Saturday Cinema: War and Peace

BBC Two England, 28 April 1984 15.15






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