Man, Woman and Child

Overview

In this melodramatic story, a college professor and his family experience trauma and tears when the professor discovers that his one-time lover in France has recently died and left a son behind -- his son. When the young boy shows up on the doorstep because the shocked father can only do what is right and offer him a home, the professor Martin Sheen, his wife Blythe Danner, and their children -- as well as the boy -- face new issues in a crisis that threatens the once-cohesive family. Both Sheen and Danner carry ...
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Overview

In this melodramatic story, a college professor and his family experience trauma and tears when the professor discovers that his one-time lover in France has recently died and left a son behind -- his son. When the young boy shows up on the doorstep because the shocked father can only do what is right and offer him a home, the professor Martin Sheen, his wife Blythe Danner, and their children -- as well as the boy -- face new issues in a crisis that threatens the once-cohesive family. Both Sheen and Danner carry their roles beyond the sappy limitations of the script, but neither can change an unsatisfactory ending meant only to bring out another handkerchief.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/1/2008
  • UPC: 844503000040
  • Original Release: 1983
  • Rating:

  • Source: Legend Films
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:40:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Martin Sheen Bob Beckwith
Blythe Danner Sheila Beckwith
Sebastian Dungan Jean-Claude
Arlene McIntyre Jessica Beckwith
Missy Francis Paula Beckwith
Craig T. Nelson Bernie
David Hemmings Gavin Wilson
Nathalie Nell Nicole
Maureen Anderman Margo
Jacques Francois Louis
Randolph Dreyfuss Shakespeare Student
Lisa Figueroa
Richard McGonagle
Dennis Redfield TWA Clerk
Gwil Richards
Ruth Silveira Nancy Ackerman
Jan Stratton
lorraine williams Woman at Bar-BQue
Frank Koppola
James Beach
Louis R. Plante Faculty
Billy Jayne Davey Ackerman
Georges Delerue Conductor
Technical Credits
Dick Richards Director
Joseph G. Aulisi Costumes/Costume Designer
Stanley Beck Executive Producer, Producer
Jerry Bick Producer
David Bretherton Editor
Georges Delerue Score Composer
David Zelag Goodman Screenwriter
Elliott Kastner Producer
Richard H. Kline Cinematographer
Dean Edward Mitzner Production Designer
David Ronne Sound/Sound Designer
Erich Segal Original Story, Screenwriter
Tommy Thompson Asst. Director
Jean Tournier Cinematographer
Elmo Williams Producer
Stacy Williams Associate Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Man, Woman and Child
1. Philosphy Class [3:08]
2. Academic Family [4:29]
3. Awarding an A [2:39]
4. Unfaithful Man [4:33]
5. Repercussions [6:25]
6. Memories of Her [9:26]
7. Jean Claude [3:52]
8. Meeting the Family [6:20]
9. New Beginnings [6:57]
10. Facing the Music [3:28]
11. Working Through the Pain [6:27]
12. Amusement [3:31]
13. Strange Signs [2:59]
14. Payback [4:14]
15. Temptation [8:31]
16. Gossip [7:54]
17. Reconciliation [6:15]
18. Goodbye [6:17]
19. Credits [2:45]
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