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The Group(1966)

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  • Life Imitates Art

    • Bonnie
    • 3/8/12

    It was so sad that something that happened in the movie actually happened to one of the talented actresses of the movie, Elizabeth Hartman, when she fell to her death from the fifth floor window of her apartment in 1987 at the young age of 43. I will always remember her fondly for her role in this movie, as well as "A Patch of Blue" and "Walking Tall". She had other works but these three are the ones for which I best know her work. Her real life struggles show that no matter how talented you are or how well known you are, there are sometimes obstacles out there that are beyond us all.

  • The Group (1966)

    • Cynthia Chretien
    • 10/24/10

    This was my introduction to 'old' movies one rainy day in the 1980's. Remarkably I have remembered the title and some of the actors in it all these years and looked for it hungrily on TCM. Please release it for purchase. The style was riveting and the camera technique was very avante garde for its time.

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    • wendy
    • 9/15/10

    I got in on DVD

  • The Group 1966

    • Mrs. Whitehurst
    • 7/1/09

    My husband was watching this film and was amazed at all the actors who were in it. I had not seen it myself so watched the rest of it with him. We both liked it very much and wish TCM will consider putting this movie on a DVD for purchase.

  • Great 60's Film

    • Martha Parker
    • 1/23/09

    I saw this film when I was in college and have always wanted to see it again. Lots of great actors. Please release on DVD so I can purchase it.

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    • Diane Diamond
    • 10/19/06

    This magnificent film with a very young and talented group of men and women became the nation's leading stars of today -- including Hal Holbrook, Jessica Walters, James Broderick, Candice Bergan to mention only a few MUST be put on DVD for us to purchase -- MUST!

  • The Group is a very interesting film

    • margaret ford
    • 5/12/06

    Not only does this film have a wonderful cast (including a young, handsome Hal Holbrook, and James Broderick, father of Matthew Broderick), but it is an acute study of women who are members of a close group. I think it has been forgotten, and that women today would enjoy seeing it.

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