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Melodrama had enormous popular appeal. O'Neal is the son of Boston's upper crust at Harvard; McGraw's the daughter of a poor Italian on scholarship to study music at Radcliffe. They find happiness, but only for a brief period. Timeless story, simply told, with artful direction from Hiller pulling exceptional performances from the young duo (who have never done as well since). The end result is perhaps better than Segal's simplistic novel, which was produced after he sold the screenplay and became a best-seller before the picture's release--great publicity for any film. Remember: "Love means never having to say you're sorry."

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Available on Running time 100 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Tearjerkers, Tragedy, New York, New York, Boston, Top Grossing Films of 1970, Disease of the Week, Hockey, Books to Film: Erich Segal
Screenplay
Erich Segal
Cast
Ryan O'Neal, Ali MacGraw, Ray Milland, John Marley, Tommy Lee Jones
Cinematography
Richard Kratina
Director
Arthur Hiller
Music
Francis Lai
Other
Robert C. Jones
Producer
Paramount Pictures

Awards

Oscars 1970: Orig. Score; Golden Globes 1971: Actress--Drama (MacGraw), Director (Hiller), Film--Drama, Screenplay, Score.

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Gayan

It shows the life so deeply. Specially the boy who's going through that is very courages. The passion he has, the way he overcomes the situation in the end is wonderful. It's not just a love story. Explains the beauty of the life.