Monsignor Quixote Trailer

Monsignor Quixote Trailer (1987)

"A modern adaptation of the Don Quixote theme based on a novel by Graham Greene" 13 February 1987 132 mins

Sir Alec Guiness stars with Leo McKern in the story of a friendship between a Catholic priest and a Communist Mayor. Together they travel from their remote village to Madrid and back exploring their friendship, the demands of belief and constancy of faith. This lavish production filmed entirely on location captures the wit, warmth, and vitality that make the original novel by Graham Greene a unique work of literature.

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Alec Guinness

as Father Quixote

Leo McKern

as Sancho Zancas

Ian Richardson

as Bishop of Motopo

Graham Crowden

as The Bishop

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 13 February 1987

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