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Qb Vii

First edition (publ. Doubleday)

QB VII by Leon Uris is a dramatic courtroom novel published in 1970. The four-part novel highlights the events leading to a libel trial in the United Kingdom. The novel was Uris's second consecutive #1 New York Times Best Seller and third overall.

Contents

  • Television miniseries 1
  • Cast 2
  • DVD releases 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Television miniseries

QB VII
Created by Leon Uris
Starring Ben Gazzara
Anthony Hopkins
Composer(s) Jerry Goldsmith
Country of origin  United States
Production
Executive producer(s) Douglas S. Cramer
Running time 390 minutes
Release
Original channel ABC
Original release April 29, 1974 – 2001

QB VII was made into an American television six-and-a-half hour miniseries produced by Screen Gems; it was also the final program from Columbia Pictures' television division to be made under the Screen Gems banner.[1] It began airing on ABC on April 29, 1974. Adapted to the screen by Edward Anhalt, it was produced by Douglas S. Cramer and directed by Tom Gries. The original music was written by Jerry Goldsmith and the cinematography by Paul Beeson and Robert L. Morrison.

Cast

This was Jack Hawkins' final movie role. He had already had a laryngectomy for throat cancer, and used esophageal speech in his speaking parts. He died soon after filming was completed.

DVD releases

QB VII was released as a Region 1 DVD on May 29, 2001.

See also

References

  1. ^ Internet Movie Database -QB VII

External links

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