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The Last Convertible Trailer (1979)

24 September 1979 360 mins

A World War II coming-of-age drama about five men who meet in the fall of 1940 at Harvard. The war affects all of them, each in different ways. A green 1939 Packard convertible is at the center of the story, as is Chris Farris, a beautiful Radcliffe girl.

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Edward Albert

as Ron Dalrymple

Bruce Boxleitner

as George Virdon

Tracy Brooks Swope

as Liz Baynor

Kim Darby

as Ann Rowan

Sharon Gless

as Kay Haddon

Pat Harrington, Jr.

as Major Fred Goodman

John Houseman

as Dr. Wetherell

Perry King

as Russ Currier

Stephen Manley

as Italian Kid

Fred McCarren

as Paul McCreed

Vic Morrow

as Chief Lonborg

John Shea

as Terry Garrigan

Stuart Whitman

as Colonel Hiram Elkhart

Deborah Raffin

as Chris Farris

International Releases Dates

United States 24 September 1979

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