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Daniel (1983)

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The fictionalized story of Daniel, the son of Paul and Rochelle Isaacson, who were executed as Soviet spies in the 1950s. As a graduate student in New York in the 1960s, Daniel is involved in the antiwar protest movement and contrasts his experiences to the memory of his parents and his belief that they were wrongfully convicted.

Director: Sidney Lumet
Writer: E.L. Doctorow

Release Date: 1983-08-26
Status: Released
Run time: 130 min / 2:10
Production Company : Paramount
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 1983-08-26
Status: Released
Run time: 130 min / 2:10

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Timothy Hutton
as Daniel Isaacson
Mandy Patinkin
as Paul Isaacson
Lindsay Crouse
as Rochelle Isaacson
Ed Asner
as Jacob Ascher
Ellen Barkin
as Phyllis Isaacson
Julie Bovasso
as Frieda Stein
Tovah Feldshuh
as Linda Mindish

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Directing Sidney Lumet Director
Writing E.L. Doctorow Novel
Writing E.L. Doctorow Screenplay

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