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The Prize
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(1963)

For some reason, this year's Nobel prize in literature has been awarded to the young author Andrew Craig, who seems to be more interested in women and drinking than writing. Another laureate is Dr. Max Stratman, the famous German-American physicist who comes to Stockholm with his young and beautiful niece Emily. The Foreign Department also gives him an assistant during his stay, Miss Andersson. Craig soon notices that Dr. Stratman is acting strangely. The second time they meet, Dr. Stratman does not even recognize him.

Runtime:
2:14
Released:
December 25, 1963

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Cast

4s5xlqzcikq5pd9epqzuqjcseoh Paul Newman Andrew Craig
Xzjzkseqos0nnvhbbqeru0yqbbr Edward G. Robinson Max Stratman/Walter Stratman
Gdp3fqowrimfdqlfybuta0dbmel Elke Sommer Inger Lisa Andersson
Vnchqayrixr3jqjhauzivifrdb Diane Baker Emily Stratman
9umt7skcmszxvonutfhieombxy8 Micheline Presle Denise Marceau
Gérard Oury Claude Marceau
Sacha Pitoëff Dranyi
Sergio Fantoni Carlo Farelli
Knesgibvmskxb8qn6w2pft4wh8s Kevin McCarthy John Garrett
Xtxzumrwj00zxa3iwoqp5w1xgo5 Leo G. Carroll Bertil Jacobsson
Jacqueline Beer Monique Souvir
Ccb8vizsmwcnogqspg2mfa8wcll John Wengraf Hans Eckhart
6zlaf1payepub4eqxxartrixdv0 Don Dubbins Ivar Cramer, Light Henchman
Fwldbdqmcf43qau8brsxz1qdyz8 Virginia Christine Mrs. Bergh, Chaperon
Y0zxiy3a2fqg1u4fh8zdtfmvimf Rudolph Anders Mr. Rolfe Bergh - Chaperon
Bess Flowers Lady In Audience

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Art

George W. Davis Art Direction

Urie McCleary Art Direction

Henry Grace Set Decoration

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William H. Daniels Director of Photography

Directing

Mark Robson Director

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Pandro S. Berman Producer

Sound

Jerry Goldsmith Original Music Composer

Writing

Ernest Lehman Author

Irving Wallace Novel