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Original title Hearts of the West
Film type Feature
Category Fiction
Director
Producer
Screenplay
Production country
Production company
Classification Allowed from age 11
Dialogue
Swedish release 1976-06-28

Cast

Jeff Bridges
Lewis Tater

Andy Griffith
Howard Pike

Donald Pleasence
A.J. Nietz

Blythe Danner
miss Trout

Alan Arkin
Kessler

Richard B. Shull
den tjocke skurken

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Titles

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Swedish release title
Alternative title

Crew

Director
Screenplay
Producer
Director of Photography
Music

Cast

Jeff Bridges Lewis Tater
Andy Griffith Howard Pike
Donald Pleasence A.J. Nietz
Blythe Danner miss Trout
Alan Arkin Kessler
Richard B. Shull den tjocke skurken
Herbert Edelman Polo
Alex Rocco Earl
Frank Cady pappa Tater
Anthony James den magre skurken

Companies

Production company Bill/Zieff Production för MGM
Distributor in Sweden (35 mm) Cinema International Corporation

Swedish censorship / rating

Censorship number 115375
Date 1976-02-04
Classification Allowed from age 11
Original length 2810 meters


Technical specifications

Aspect ratio 1.66:1
Sound type Sound
Sound system Optical mono
Colour type Colour
Colour system Metrocolor
Width 35 mm
Frames per second 24


Release dates

Release in Sweden 1976-06-28 Spegeln Gothenburg Sweden 103 min
1976-06-28 Sture Stockholm Sweden 103 min

Holdings Film

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Element type Print
Gauge 35 mm


Holdings Posters

Size Less than 850 x 400


Size Between 850 x 700 and 850 x 1100


Holdings Stills

Black and white print SET
Colour prints 8
Slides SET
Album No


Holdings Promotion materials

Type Program/Promotion material


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