A Family Thing1996
Starring Robert Duvall, James Earl Jones, Michael Beach, Irma P. Hall, Grace Zabriskie and Regina Taylor, "A Family Thing" (also known as "Brüder wider Willen") is a Drama film directed by Richard Pearce, released on March 29 of 1996 in the USA.
United Artists Pictures invites you on a journey... you will not soon forget.
Who is the director of "A Family Thing":
A Family Thing was directed by Richard Pearce, an American director, and cinematographer.
What was the release date of "A Family Thing":
A Family Thing was initially released on Friday, March 29, 1996, in the United States. Other films released on Friday, March 29, 1996 are Carried Away (dir. Bruno Barreto), All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (dir. Larry Leker and Paul Sabella), Denise Calls Up (dir. Hal Salwen), and Ghost in the Shell (dir. Mamoru Oshii). This was twenty-three (23) years ago.
It has been released on February, 1997 in the United Kingdom and on Monday, December 09, 1996 in Spain.
What is the cast of "A Family Thing":
At the casting of A Family Thing we find Robert Duvall, previously seen in The Scarlet Letter (1995) and The Stars Fell on Henrietta (1995); James Earl Jones (Cry, the Beloved Country (1995), Judge Dredd (1995)); Michael Beach (Waiting to Exhale (1995), White Man's Burden (1995)) [ more... ]
- James Earl Jones and Robert Duvall also worked together in The Greatest, released in 1977.
- Grace Zabriskie and Robert Duvall also appeared in Gone in Sixty Seconds, released in 2000.
- James Earl Jones and Robert Duvall can also be seen in Convicts, released in 1991.
- Irma P. Hall and Michael Beach can also be seen in Soul Food, released in 1997.
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