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America America(1963)

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Brief Synopsis

A young Greek stops at nothing to secure a passage to America.

Cast & Crew

Elia Kazan Director
Stathis Giallelis Stavros Topouzoglou
Frank Wolff Vartan Damadian
Harry Davis Isaac Topouzoglou
Elena Karam Vasso Topouzoglou
Estelle Hemsley Grandmother Topouzoglou
Gregory Rozakis Hohanness Gardashian
Salem Ludwig Odysseus Topouzoglou
John Marley Garabet
Joanna Frank Vartuhi
Paul Mann Aleko Sinnikoglou
Linda Marsh Thomna Sinnikoglou
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: 15 Dec 1963
Release Date:  1963 Production Date:  none available
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Warner Bros. Pictures
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Athena Enterprises
Duration(mins):  174 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • America America

    Buddy 2017-09-10

    Finally got to see this movie and while long it's easy to watch. It makesone wonder what hardships their ancestors suffered coming to America.the one... MORE>

  • Not too bad

    Mosparx 2017-07-03

    Never saw this before. Well worth a look if you are into esoteric artsy ethnic films. I love the historical angle references and ambiance. I would... MORE>

  • MASTERPIECE

    Robert Man 2017-04-26

    This is a great film, and you have to be patient and ready to think and feel--which is missing from most films today, which diminishes the characters. This... MORE>