The Omen

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Robert Thorn, an American diplomat living in Rome, learns that his infant son died moments after birth. Rather than tell his wife Katherine the truth, which he fears would shatter her emotionally, Robert secretly arranges the adoption of another baby... read more
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Robert Thorn, an American diplomat living in Rome, learns that his infant son died moments after birth. Rather than tell his wife Katherine the truth, which he fears would shatter her emotionally, Robert secretly arranges the adoption of another baby through the Catholic church. Years pass and the Thorn's child, Damien, has a happy, normal childhood. Robert is named Ambassador to the Court of Saint James, and the family relocates to a lavish estate in the English countryside. But their seemingly idyllic life begins to change when, during Damien's fifth birthday, the boy's nanny suddenly commits suicide.

Original Release

06/25/1976

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Cast

Gregory Peck Robert Thorn
Lee Remick Katherine Thorn
David Warner Jennings
Billie Whitelaw Mrs. Baylock
Harvey Stephens Damien
Patrick Troughton Father Brennan
Martin Benson Father Spiletto
Tommy Duggan Priest
John Stride The Psychiatrist
Holly Palance Nanny
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Richard Donner

Writers

David Seltzer

Cast

Gregory Peck Robert Thorn
Lee Remick Katherine Thorn
David Warner Jennings
Billie Whitelaw Mrs. Baylock
Harvey Stephens Damien
Patrick Troughton Father Brennan
Martin Benson Father Spiletto
Tommy Duggan Priest
John Stride The Psychiatrist
Holly Palance Nanny
Anthony Nicholls Dr. Becker
Roy Boyd Reporter
Sheila Raynor Mrs. Horton
Robert MacLeod Horton
Bruce Boa Thorn's Aide
Don Fellows Thorn's Second Aide
Patrick McAlinney Photographer
Dawn Perllman Chambermaid
Nancy Mannigham Nurse (as Nancy Manningham)
Miki Iveria First Nun

Producers

Mace Neufeld Executive Producer
Harvey Bernhard Producer
Charles Orme Producer

Editors

Stuart Baird

1977 Oscar Best Music, Original Song Nominated
1977 Oscar Best Music, Original Score Won
1977 Golden Globe Best Acting Debut in a Motion Picture - Male Nominated
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