The Rain People (1969)

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When a housewife finds out she is pregnant, she runs out of town looking for freedom to reevaluate her life decisions.

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  • Robert Duvall and Shirley Knight in The Rain People (1969)
  • Robert Duvall and Shirley Knight in The Rain People (1969)
  • James Caan and Shirley Knight in The Rain People (1969)
  • James Caan and Shirley Knight in The Rain People (1969)
  • Robert Duvall and Shirley Knight in The Rain People (1969)
  • James Caan in The Rain People (1969)

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Trivia

The flashback to Gordon (Robert Duvall) failing to save his wife from a burning house was shot north of Brule, Nebraska, with the help of the local volunteer fire department. Duvall's wife was played by Director Francis Ford Coppola's wife, Eleanor Coppola (uncredited).


Quotes

Gordon: You are in some kind of trip?
Natalie Ravenna: Yes.
Gordon: Where?
Natalie Ravenna: West.
Gordon: Where West? California?
Natalie Ravenna: Yes.
Gordon: Why California?
Natalie Ravenna: It's the far west I can go.

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