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A Majority of One(1962)

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Brief Synopsis

A Jewish widow falls in love with a Japanese businessman.

Cast & Crew

Mervyn LeRoy Director
Rosalind Russell Mrs. Jacoby
Alec Guinness Koichi Asano
Ray Danton Jerome Black
Madlyn Rhue Alice Black
Mae Questel Mrs. Rubin
Gary Vinson Mr. McMillan
Frank Wilcox Noah Putnam
Francis De Sales American embassy representative
Yuki Shimoda Mr. Asano's secretary
Harriet MacGibbon Mrs. Putnam
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: 11 Jan 1962
Release Date:  1962 Production Date:  none available
Color/B&W:  Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Production Co:  Warner Bros. Pictures
Duration(mins):  156 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Majority of One

    Camelia 2017-09-25

    I enjoyed this movie very much. I felt the daughter and son-in-law acted as not understanding the friendship between the widow and the Japanese businesss... MORE>

  • sensitive and elegant film

    Larry 2017-09-24

    Any movie must be considered in context of the time it was made. In 1961, the Second Word War had been over just 16 years. Whether or not Alec Guinness... MORE>

  • A Tiresome Bore

    Phil Serpico 2017-09-24

    If a person were to pitch a movie like this today, they would be laughed out of the room. Alec Guiness as the Japanese character is preposterous. Imagine a... MORE>