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Separate Peace (A)

USA, English, 104 mins

  • Director: Larry Peerce
  • Writer: John Knowles; Fred Segal
  • Producer: Steve Barnett; Robert A. Goldston

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Gene and Finny are two boys who are best friends living in 1943, at the height of World War II. The idea that the boys will most likely be drafted when they turn eighteen is surrounding them, and they are practically forced to live their lives to the fullest. The two boys attend the Devon School, which prepares them for military life that they will most likely be subjected to. The film begins with a narration by an older Gene, traveling back to Devon some years later. The thing he wishes most to see is the tree, which had a great effect on the boys' lives.


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Cast & Characters

John Heyl as Finny;
Parker Stevenson as Gene;
William Roerick as Mr. Patchwithers;
Peter Brush as Leper;
Victor Bevine as Brinker;
Scott Bradbury as Chet;
John E.A. Mackenzie as Bobby;
Mark Trefethen as John;
Frank Wilich Jr. as Quackenbush;
Elizabeth B. Brewster as Mrs. Patchwithers;
Edward Echols as Mr. Ludsbury;
Don Schultz as Dr. Stanpole;
Paul Sadler as Naval Officer

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