The Man Without a Country Movie Review 1973

Information and Film Reviews for The Man Without a Country the Movie

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Faithful adaptation of Everett Edward Hale's short story features a sparkling performance by Robertson as Lt. Philip Nolan, who is court-martialed for treason and denounces his country, proclaiming that he never wishes to see or hear of the United Stats again. He gets his wish when his sentence is to spend the rest of his life aboard a ship sailing the U.S. coast but never docking. The crew of the ship is forbidden from giving him news of America. Beautifully illustates the old warning "Be careful what you wish for."

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Available on VHS
Running time 90 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Military: Navy, Adapted from a Story
Screenplay
Sidney Carroll
Cast
Cliff Robertson, Beau Bridges, Peter Strauss, Robert Ryan, Walter Abel, Geoffrey Holder, Shepperd Strudwick, John Cullum, Peter Coffield, Addison Powell, Peter Weller
Cinematography
Andrew Laszlo
Director
Delbert Mann
Music
Jack Elliott, Allyn Ferguson

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