Pieces of Dreams

Overview

Father Gregory Lind Robert Forster is the Catholic priest who questions his dedication to his parishioners. He becomes disenchanted with the church over the official stance on birth control, unwanted pregnancy and social change. He tries to confide in his family but they rebuke him for questioning his faith. He falls in love with Pamela Gibson Lauren Hutton a wealthy social worker. The Bishop Will Geer tries to bring Gregory back to the fold, but his love for Pamela is too much. He is beaten up by street thugs ...
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Overview

Father Gregory Lind Robert Forster is the Catholic priest who questions his dedication to his parishioners. He becomes disenchanted with the church over the official stance on birth control, unwanted pregnancy and social change. He tries to confide in his family but they rebuke him for questioning his faith. He falls in love with Pamela Gibson Lauren Hutton a wealthy social worker. The Bishop Will Geer tries to bring Gregory back to the fold, but his love for Pamela is too much. He is beaten up by street thugs who believe he is gay. Gregory considers leaving the church for a new life with the woman he loves. The story for this romantic melodrama is taken from the novel The Wine And The Music by William E. Barrett.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/27/2012
  • UPC: 883904252283
  • Original Release: 1970
  • Source: Mgm Mod
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:40:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 68,752

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robert Forster Fr. Gregory Lind
Lauren Hutton Pamela Gibson
Will Geer Bishop
Ivor Francis Fr. Paul Schaeffer
Richard O'Brien Mons. Francis Hurley
Edith Atwater Mrs. Lind
Mitzi Hoag Anne Lind
Rudy Diaz Sgt. Bill Walkingstick
Sam Javis Leo Rose
Gail Bonney Mrs. Tietgens
Helen Westcott Mrs. Straub
Joanne Jordan Bar Girl
Miriam Martinez Mrs. Rios
Kathy Baca Estella Rios
Eloy Casados Charlie, the Jailed Boy
Robert McCoy Employment Agency Interviewer
Technical Credits
Daniel Haller Director
Alan Bergman Score Composer, Songwriter
Marilyn Bergman Score Composer, Songwriter
Herman A. Blumenthal Art Director
Robert F. Blumofe Producer
William K. Chulack Editor
Phyllis Garr Costumes/Costume Designer
Halston Costumes/Costume Designer
Roger O. Hirson Screenwriter
Peggy Lee Songwriter
Michel Legrand Score Composer
James W. Payne Set Decoration/Design
Ray Phelps Costumes/Costume Designer
Glen Glenn Sound Sound/Sound Designer
Charles Wheeler Cinematographer
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