Seven Days in May

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Seven Days in May

American political thriller motion picture directed by John Frankenheimer, starring Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas, Fredric March, and Ava Gardner, and released in February 1964 add

Category: Movies & TV (402)

Launched in 1961.

Countries: United States (85%), Spain (4%), India (4%)

Main connections: Ava Gardner, Kirk Douglas, Golden Globe Award

Linked to: HBO, American Broadcasting Company, Joel Productions Inc.

 

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1961

An additional inspiration was provided by the 1961 interview by Knebel, who was a political journalist and columnist, conducted with the newly appointed Air Force Chief of Staff, Curtis LeMay, an advocate of preventive first-strike nuclear option add something


1962

The screenplay was written by Rod Serling based on the novel of the same name by Fletcher Knebel and Charles W. Bailey II, published in 1962 add something


1964

Andrew Duggan - He had roles in the 1964 film, "Seven Days in May" and played the U.S. President and an imposter in the 1967 film, "In Like Flint"

 

Tyler McVey - In 1964, McVey was cast as General Hardesty in the political thriller film "Seven Days in May"

 

"'Seven Days in May"' is an American political thriller motion picture directed by John Frankenheimer, starring Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas, Fredric March, and Ava Gardner, and released in February 1964 add something

 

"Seven Days in May" premiered on 12 February 1964, appropriately in Washington, D.C. It opened to good critical notices and audience response add something


1965

Jerry Goldsmith - His scores for "Seven Days in May" and "The Sand Pebbles" garnered Goldsmith his first two respective Golden Globe Award nominations for Best Original Score in 1965 and 1967


1973

It was Houseman's American acting debut, and he would not appear onscreen again until his Oscar-winning role in 1973's "The Paper Chase" add something


1994

The film was remade in 1994 by HBO as "The Enemy Within" with Sam Waterston as "President William Foster", Jason Robards as "General R. Pendleton Lloyd", and Forest Whitaker as "Colonel MacKenzie 'Mac' Casey" add something


2000

Frankenheimer, John, "Seven Days in May" DVD Commentary, Warner Home Video, May 16, 2000 He saw it as a chance to "put a nail in the coffin of McCarthy" add something


2014

Kirk Douglas - In a 2014 article, Douglas cited The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, Champion, Ace in the Hole, The Bad and the Beautiful, Act of Love, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, The Indian Fighter, Lust for Life, Paths of Glory, Spartacus , Lonely Are the Brave, and Seven Days in May as the films he was most proud of throughout his acting career