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Film 87


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with Russell Harty
The programme that keeps you in touch with the world of cinema.
The Color of Money:
Paul Newman has been nominated for an Oscar as Best Actor, and re-creates the role he made famous in the 1961 film The Hustler, as Fast Eddie Felson. Tom Cruise is his protégé, in the film which takes the game of pool to new limits.
Duet for One: Julie Andrews plays a concert violinist whose career is suddenly wrecked when she contracts multiple sclerosis, and is confined to a wheelchair. Suddenly her life and her marriage begin to fall apart.
This award-winning stage play is brought to the screen by director
Andrei Konchalovsky. Director WILLA HANCOCK


Unknown: Russell Harty
Unknown: Paul Newman
Unknown: Eddie Felson.
Unknown: Tom Cruise
Unknown: Julie Andrews
Unknown: Andrei Konchalovsky.
Director: Willa Hancock
Producer: Bruce Thompson

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