Released in the USA on October 02 of 1979, "The Europeans" (also known as "Europei, Gli", "Europäer, Die") is a Drama film directed by James Ivory, and written by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala (screenplay) . Lee Remick is starring, alongside Robin Ellis, Wesley Addy, Tim Choate, Lisa Eichhorn and Kristin Griffith.
Who directed "The Europeans":
The Europeans was directed by James Ivory, an American director, writer, producer, and actor.
Before directing The Europeans, James Ivory had directed Roseland, released in 1977, Autobiography of a Princess (1975), Savages (1972), Bombay Talkie (1970), The Householder (1963). Since, he directed Jane Austen in Manhattan, released in 1980, Quartet (1981), Heat and Dust (1983), The Bostonians (1984), Maurice (1987), and Slaves of New York (1989).
When was "The Europeans" released:
The Europeans was first released in the United States on Tuesday, October 02, 1979.. This was thirty-nine (39) years ago.
It has been released on July, 1979 in the United Kingdom and on May, 1979 in France.
What is the casting of "The Europeans":
At the casting of The Europeans we find Lee Remick, previously seen in The Medusa Touch (1978) and Telefon (1977); Robin Ellis (); Wesley Addy (Network (1976), Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970)) [ more... ]
- Nancy New and Wesley Addy also appeared together in The Bostonians, released in 1984.
- Kristin Griffith and Lisa Eichhorn have both also be seen in King of the Hill, released in 1993.
- Tim Choate and Nancy New also appeared in Jane Austen in Manhattan, released in 1980.
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