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From Here to Eternity(1979)

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An expanded new version of the 1953 movie classic taken from James Jones' memorable first novel dealing with military life in Hawaii on the eve of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Burt Lancaster-Deborah Kerr-Montgomery Clift-Frank Sinatra-Donna Reed roles were here played by (respectively) William De

Cast & Crew

Natalie Wood Karen Holmes
William Devane Sergeant Milt Warden
Steve Railsback Private Robert E Lee Prewitt
Roy Thinnes Captain Dana Holmes
Joe Pantoliano Angelo Maggio
Kim Basinger Lorene Rogers
Peter Boyle Fatso Judson
Will Sampson Corporal Cheney
Rick Hurst Private First Class Hanson
Salome Jens Gert Kipfer
Andrew Robinson Sergeant Maylon Stark
David Spielberg Lieutenant Ross
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1979 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  Bennett/Katleman Productions .....Production Company, .....Production Company, Nbc Entertainment .....Network
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  • Eternity Here Is Better Than The Best

    DKuper 2009-03-13

    "From Here To Eternity" is without argument one of the greatest movies set in WWII ever made. However, the TV mini-series, in my humble opinion,... MORE>