Loving (1970) Movie Details

Loving
English
Irvin Kershner
Bernardo Segall
Columbia Pictures Corporation , Brooks Ltd.
(India)
1 hr 29 mins
6.2/10
Rating: 6.2/10 from 124 users

Loving Movie Cast

George Segal
as Brooks Wilson
Eva Marie Saint
as Selma Wilson
Sterling Hayden
as Lepridon
Keenan Wynn
as Edward
Nancie Phillips
Nancie Phillips as Nelly
Janis Young
Janis Young as Grace
David Doyle
as Will
Paul Sparer
Paul Sparer as Marve
Andrew Duncan
as Willy
Sherry Lansing
as Susan
Roland Winters
as Plommie
Edgar Stehli
as Mr. Kramm
Calvin Holt
Calvin Holt as Danny
Mina Kolb
Mina Kolb as Diane
Diana Dill
as Mrs. Shavelson
Roy Scheider
as Skip

Loving Crew List

Director :
Writer : Don Devlin
Novel : J.M. Ryan
Producer : Don Devlin
Original Music Composer :
Cinematography : Gordon Willis
Editor : Robert Lawrence
Production Design : Walter Scott Herndon
Costume Design : Albert Wolsky
Executive Producer : Raymond Wagner

Loving International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
04-03-1970
India
04-03-1970

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Brooks Wilson is in crisis. He is torn between his wife Selma and two daughters and his mistress Grace, and also between his career as a successful illustrator and his feeling that he might still produce something worthwhile.

Loving

Loving is a 1970 English Film stars George Segal , Irvin Kershner , Eva Marie Saint , Sterling Hayden , Keenan Wynn , Nancie Phillips , Janis Young , David Doyle , Paul Sparer , Andrew Duncan , Sherry Lansing , Roland Winters , Edgar Stehli , Calvin Holt , Mina Kolb , Diana Dill , Roy Scheider , Don Devlin , J.M. Ryan , Don Devlin , Bernardo Segall , Gordon Willis , Robert Lawrence , Walter Scott Herndon , Albert Wolsky , Raymond Wagner , directed by Irvin Kershner & music by Bernardo Segall.