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The Sunday Film: The Prize


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Paul Newman Elke Sommer with Diane Baker
Micheline Presle
Edward G. Kobinson
When Andrew Craig is awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, he sees the ceremony in Stockholm simply as an excuse for a party and a chance to meet some Swedish girls. Unfortunately for him, Craig's instinct for scenting a mystery leads him straight into a sinister international intrigue.
Screenplay by ERNEST LEHMAN
Based on the novel by IRVING WALLACE Produced by PANDRO S. BERMAN
Directed by MARK ROBSON. Films: page 10


Unknown: Paul Newman
Unknown: Elke Sommer
Unknown: Diane Baker
Unknown: Micheline Presle
Unknown: Edward G. Kobinson
Unknown: Andrew Craig
Play By: Ernest Lehman
Novel By: Irving Wallace
Produced By: Pandro S. Berman
Directed By: Mark Robson.
Andrew Craig: Paul Newhan
Dr Max Stratman: Edward G. Robinson
Inger Lisa Andersen: Elke Sommer
Emily Stratman: Diane Baker
Dr Denise Marceau: Micheline Presle
Dr Carlo Farelli: Sergio Fantoni
Dr John Garrett: Kevin McCarthy
Count Bertil Jacobsson: Leo G. Carroll
Daranyi: Sacha Pitoeff

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The Sunday Film: The Prize

BBC One London, 24 May 1981 19.15

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