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Our Fathers (film)

Our Fathers
Directed by Dan Curtis
Written by David France (novel)
Thomas Michael Donnelly
Starring Ted Danson
Christopher Plummer
Brian Dennehy
Daniel Baldwin
Ellen Burstyn
Music by Robert Cobert
Cinematography Eric Van Haren Noman
Editing by Henk Van Eeghen
Language English
Original channel Showtime
Release date

Our Fathers is a 2005 television film directed by Dan Curtis and starring Ted Danson, Christopher Plummer, Brian Dennehy and Ellen Burstyn. The screenplay was written by Thomas Michael Donnelly, based on a book of David France.

Principal cast

Awards and nominations

Emmy Awards

  • Outstanding Supporting Actor - Miniseries or Television Film (Dennehy – lost to Paul Newman, Empire Falls)
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor - Miniseries or Television Film (Plummer – lost to Paul Newman, Empire Falls)

Satellite Awards

Screen Actors Guild (SAG)

Writers Guild of America (WGA)

  • Best Writing, Long Form - Adapted (Donnelly – lost to Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, The Life and Death of Peter Sellers)

See also

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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