Long Ago, Tomorrow

74
  • NR
  • Genre(s): Drama Romance
  • Release year: 1971
  • Running time: 112 min
Bruce Pritchard (Malcolm McDowell) is a vibrant young man whose life is disrupted when he is severely injured during a soccer match and loses the use of both legs. Sent to a convalescent home, Bruce becomes sullen and withdrawn as he deals with the reality of his new state. read more

Bruce Pritchard (Malcolm McDowell) is a vibrant young man whose life is disrupted when he is severely injured during a soccer match and loses the use of both legs. Sent to a convalescent home, Bruce becomes sullen and withdrawn as he deals with the reality of his new state. However, when he meets another handicapped patient, the lovely Jill Matthews (Nanette Newman), he gains a new appreciation for life. The two quickly fall for each other, and begin a supportive relationship.

Original Release

01/22/1971

Cast

Malcolm McDowell Bruce Pritchard
Nanette Newman Jill Matthews
Georgia Brown Sarah Charles
Bernard Lee Uncle Bob
Barry Jackson Bill Charles
Gerald Sim Rev. Corbett
Michael Flanders Clarence Marlow
Margery Mason Matron
Geoffrey Whitehead Harold Pritchard
Christopher Chittell Terry (as Christopher Chittell)
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Bryan Forbes

Writers

Peter Marshall, Bryan Forbes

Cast

Malcolm McDowell Bruce Pritchard
Nanette Newman Jill Matthews
Georgia Brown Sarah Charles
Bernard Lee Uncle Bob
Barry Jackson Bill Charles
Gerald Sim Rev. Corbett
Michael Flanders Clarence Marlow
Margery Mason Matron
Geoffrey Whitehead Harold Pritchard
Christopher Chittell Terry (as Christopher Chittell)
Jack Woolgar Bruce's Father
Norman Bird Dr. Mathews
Constance Chapman Mrs. Mathews
Michael Lees Geoffrey
Geoffrey Bayldon Mr. Latbury
Patsy Smart Bruce's Mother
Theresa Watson Gladys Pritchard
Sylvia Coleridge Celia
Brook Williams Hugh Collins
Richard Moore Arnold Foster

Producers

Editors

Timothy Gee

1972 Golden Globe Best English-Language Foreign Film Nominated
1972 Golden Globe Best Original Song - Motion Picture Nominated
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