The Comedians (1967)

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A cynical Welsh hotel owner secretly romances a diplomat's wife in Haiti, under the violent reign of the despot "Papa Doc" Duvalier.


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  • Lillian Gish and Raymond St. Jacques in The Comedians (1967)
  • Elizabeth Taylor in "The Comedians" 1967 MGM
  • Richard Burton and Lillian Gish in The Comedians (1967)
  • Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in The Comedians (1967)
  • Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in The Comedians (1967)
  • Lillian Gish in The Comedians (1967)

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9 August 2002 | luvbosh
Very good and politically informing movie.
This movie is another of the many forgotten ones. The story line, though highly condensed, is faithful to the novel on which it is based. Both the novel and the film have relevant political lessons in spite of the writer's sanitized view of the communist party. I first saw this movie at a theater with my mother who presumed it would be funny. It frightened me since I was a second-grader who thought the atrocities were occurring in Florida because of the palm trees and proximity to the sea.

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