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Reflections in a Golden Eye

Reflections in a Golden Eye(1967)

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Brief Synopsis

A military officer becomes obsessed with an enlisted man.

Cast & Crew

John Huston Director
Elizabeth Taylor Leonora Penderton
Marlon Brando Maj. Weldon Penderton
Brian Keith Lieut. Col. Morris Langdon
Julie Harris Alison Langdon
Zorro David Anacleto
Gordon Mitchell Stables sergeant
Irvin Dugan Captain Weincheck
Robert Forster Private Williams
Douglas Stark Dr. Burgess
Al Mulock Old soldier
Ted Beniades Sergeant
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  R Premiere Info:  New York opening: 11 Oct 1967
Release Date:  1967 Production Date:  [Panavision]
A John Huston-Ray Stark Production
none available
Color/B&W:  Color (Technicolor) Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Warner Bros.--Seven Arts International, Ltd.
Duration(mins):  109 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Reflections in a golden eye

    Sophia 2013-03-04

    I had read this movie was about homosexuality in the 40's. I was impressed that Director Huston captured the meaning so well. At first I thought the... MORE>

  • 40's flick looks 60's

    George B 2013-03-04

    the woman charachter actresses in th efilm has 1960's hairdo;s and clothes that were supposed to be depicting 1940's. The film is drawn out also.... MORE>

  • Southern Gothic and art house

    Courtney 2013-03-04

    I admit there was a bit of camp and overacting in this film but altogether it don't think it was that bad. It actually reminded me of a Wim Wenders... MORE>