In Search of Gregory
|In Search of Gregory|
|Directed by||Peter Wood|
|Produced by||Joseph Janni|
|Written by||Tonino Guerra|
|Music by||Ron Grainer|
|Edited by||John Bloom|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
Despite having a big name star like Christie, who at the time was one of the most popular and sought-after actresses in the world, the film only had a limited theatrical release (after being deemed so bad by test audiences that Universal decided not to give the film a wide release), garnering little to no attention. Christie only agreed to do the film because it was shot on location in the same area that her then-boyfriend, Warren Beatty, was filming The Only Game in Town with Elizabeth Taylor. That film, despite having two big name stars as well, met with a similar fate and was not widely released either.
Catherine Morelli goes to the latest wedding of her father, Max, who in turn wants to introduce her there to a potential suitor, Gregory Mulvey.
- Julie Christie as Catherine Morelli
- Michael Sarrazin as Gregory Mulvey
- John Hurt as Daniel
- Adolfo Celi as Max
- Paola Pitagora as Nicole
- Roland Culver as Wardle
- Tony Selby as Taxi Driver
- Ernesto Pagano as Priest
- Violetta Chiarini as Paquita
- Luisa De Santis as Giselle
- Gabriella Giorgelli as Encarna
- Gordon Gostelow as Old Man
- Greenspun, Roger. "New York Times: In Search of Gregory". NY Times. Retrieved August 30, 2008.
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