Country Dance (film)

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Country Dance
Directed by J. Lee Thompson
Produced by Robert Emmett Ginna
Written by James Kennaway
Starring Peter O'Toole
Susannah York
Michael Craig
Music by John Addison
Cinematography Ted Moore
Edited by Willy Kemplen
Release date(s) 22 April 1970
Running time 112 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Country Dance (also known as Brotherly Love (USA) and The Same Skin (UK) is a 1970 British drama film based on the novel Household Ghosts (1961) by James Kennaway which became a three-act stage play in 1967. The film was released on 22 April 1970; it was directed by J. Lee Thompson.

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A tragicomedy set in a fading Scottish aristocratic family, in which the drunken Sir Charles Henry Arbuthnot Pinkerton Ferguson, Bt (Peter O'Toole) has an incestuous relationship with his equally eccentric sister Hilary Dow (Susannah York).

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