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Uncle Tom's Cabin 1969

Uncle Tom's Cabin ★½ Onkel Toms Hutte; La Case de L'Oncle Tom; Cento Dollari D'Odio; Cica Tomina Koliba 1969 (G)

Ambitious adaptation of Harriet Beecher Stowe's stirring book about the Southern slavery and the famous underground railroad devised to aid those most determined to reach freedom. The film has the habit of drifting away from the facts. Though set in Kentucky, the picture was filmed in Yugoslavia with an international cast. 120m/C VHS . FR IT YU GE Herbert Lom, John Kitzmiller, Otto Wilhelm Fischer, Eleanora Rossi-Drago, Mylene Demongeot, Juliette Greco; D: Geza von Radvanyi; V: Ella Fitzgerald.

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