A Little Romance

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OSCAR WINNER: Best Score This 1979 romantic tale captures a young Diane Lane in her screen debut as an American teenager living in Paris, who meets and falls in love with a French teenager (Theolonious Bernard). Directed by George Roy Hill (The... read more

OSCAR WINNER: Best Score This 1979 romantic tale captures a young Diane Lane in her screen debut as an American teenager living in Paris, who meets and falls in love with a French teenager (Theolonious Bernard). Directed by George Roy Hill (The Sting, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid), bolstered by Allan Burns' Oscar-nominated script, and featuring stellar acting from Laurence Olivier, Arthur Hill, Sally Kellerman and Broderick Crawford, this was another example of a small movie that could.

Original Release

04/27/1979

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Cast

Directors

George Roy Hill

Writers

Allan Burns, Claude Klotz, George Roy Hill

Cast

Laurence Olivier Julius
Diane Lane Lauren
Thelonious Bernard Daniel
Sally Kellerman Kay King
Broderick Crawford Brod
David Dukes George de Marco
Arthur Hill Richard King
Lucienne Legrand Cashier
Andrew Duncan Bob Duryea
Claudette Sutherland Janet Duryea
Graham Fletcher-Cook Londet
Ashby Semple Natalie
Claude Brosset Michel Michon
Jacques Maury Inspector Leclerc
Anna Massey Ms. Siegel
Peter Maloney Martin
Dominique Lavanant Mme. Cormier
Mike Marshall 1st Assistant Director
Michel Bardinet French Ambassador
David Gabison French Representative (as Alain David Gabison)

Producers

Editors

William Reynolds

1980 Oscar Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium Nominated
1980 Oscar Best Music, Original Score Won
1980 Golden Globe Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Motion Picture Nominated
1980 Golden Globe Best Original Score - Motion Picture Nominated
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