The Last Convertible (TV Mini-Series 1979)

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A World War II coming-of-age drama about five men who meet in the fall of 1940 at Harvard. The war affects all of them, each in different ways. A green 1939 Packard convertible is at the ... See full summary »

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20 July 2006 | babydoll-beretta
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| Don't see this turkey. Read the book instead
This movie absolutely stunk! It's nothing like the book, which is much better than this turkey of a movie. I hate that some of the characters names were changed (why? Your guess is as good as mine), or one or more characters were combined into one composite character.

Don't waste your money. Search for the book and read it. It is far and away better than this movie could ever hope to be.

I can't see any of the actors in the roles they play in this. Perry King as Russ? He's not as good looking as Myrer's book makes Russ out to be. And why are some actors listed, but not the role they played (were that bad? Probably)?

Some characters I don't even recognise from the book! Who's "Italian Kid"? The only Italian kid I remember from the book is Guido, Teresina's son, from when George and Opp were in Italy during WWII.

--bbd

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24 September 1979

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English


Country of Origin

USA

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