A Dream of Living Trailer

A Dream of Living Trailer (1975)

02 May 1975 Drama, TV Movie 52 mins

A play that looks at the lives of F. Scott Fitzgerald, his wife Zelda, and Ernest Hemmingway in 1925 Paris. This dramatization brings to life the personalities of Scott and Zelda as well as the time period that produced “The Great Gatsby.”

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Cast

Charles Keating

as Ernest Hemingway

David Hemmings

as F. Scott Fitzgerald

Annie Lambert

as Zelda Fitzgerald

Crew

International Titles

Private Affairs: A Dream of Living Trailer

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 02 May 1975

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