King Lear Trailer

King Lear Trailer (1987)

17 May 1987 Drama, Comedy 90 mins

A descendant of Shakespeare attemps to restore his plays in a world rebuilding itself after the Chernobyl catastrophe obliterates most of human civilization.

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Woody Allen

as Mr. Alien (uncredited)

Freddy Buache

as Professor Quentin (uncredited)

Leos Carax

as Edgar (uncredited)

Julie Delpy

as Virginia (uncredited)

Jean-Luc Godard

as Professor Pluggy (uncredited)

Kate Mailer

as Herself (uncredited)

Suzanne Lanza

as (uncredited)

Norman Mailer

as The Great Writer (uncredited)

Burgess Meredith

as Don Learo (uncredited)

Michèle Pétin

as Journalist (uncredited)

Molly Ringwald

as Cordelia (uncredited)

Peter Sellars

as William Shaksper Junior the Fifth (uncredited)

International Releases Dates

France 17 May 1987

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29 June 1987

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13 March 1987

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18 December 1987

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14 August 1987

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Beverly Hills Cop II Trailer (1987)

18 May 1987

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Lethal Weapon Trailer (1987)

05 March 1987

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19 August 1987

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The Running Man Trailer (1987)

13 November 1987

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Superman IV: The Quest for Peace Trailer (1987)

23 July 1987

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26 November 1987

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