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Three Sisters (1970 Olivier film)

The Three Sisters
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Directed by Laurence Olivier
John Sichel
Produced by John Goldstone
Written by Anton Chekhov
Moura Budberg
Starring Alan Bates
Laurence Olivier
Joan Plowright
Derek Jacobi
Music by William Walton
Cinematography Geoffrey Unsworth
Distributed by British Lion Films
Release dates
2 November 1970
Running time
165 min.
Country UK
Language English

Three Sisters is a 1970 film starring Alan Bates, Laurence Olivier and Joan Plowright, based on the 1900 play by Anton Chekhov. Olivier also directed, with co-director John Sichel. The film was based on a theatre production that Olivier directed at the Royal National Theatre in 1967. It had its U.S. release as part of the American Film Theatre series in 1974. It was the final feature film directed by Olivier.

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