The Brotherhood of the Rose
First edition cover
|Publisher||St. Martin's Press|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover)|
|LC Class||PR9199.3.M65 B7 1984|
|Followed by||The Fraternity of the Stone|
The Brotherhood of the Rose tells the story of Saul and Chris, two orphans from Philadelphia. They are adopted by a man named Elliot, who treats the boys like his own children and raises them to become assassins.
The novel was adapted by Gy Waldron as Brotherhood of the Rose, a two-part television movie directed by Marvin J. Chomsky. The film starred Peter Strauss as Saul and David Morse as Chris. The cast included Robert Mitchum, Connie Sellecca, and James Sikking. The majority of filming for the movie took place in New Zealand, with that country portraying numerous other world-wide locations. The film premiered on January 22, 1989 on NBC, following Super Bowl XXIII.
- The Brother of the Rose at FantasticFiction.co.uk
- Brotherhood of the Rose at the Internet Movie Database
- The Brotherhood of the Rose at The New York Times Movies
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