- Sean Connery, Candice Bergen, Brian Keith, John Huston
- Drama, Action
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- ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO – 2.35:1
Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Sean Connery (“The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen,” “Finding Forrester”) and Academy Award-nominee and Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Candice Bergen (TV’s “Boston Legal,” “The In-Laws”) star in this Middle East romantic adventure about a Moroccan chief who triggers an international incident when he kidnaps an American widow and her children. Loosely based on a true event. Co-starring Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner John Huston (“Chinatown”) and Brian Keith (“Young Guns,” “Hooper”). Directed by Academy Award-nominee John Milius (“Conan the Barbarian”).
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(C) 1991 Virgin/EMI Records
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An American is kidnapped by a rebellious Arab chieftain, principally as a means to embarrass the Sultan of Morocco. This abduction sparks the threat of armed intervention by President Theodore Roosevelt.The up-and-down career of director John Milius had no finer moment than The Wind and the Lion, a dandy adventure tale. It’s based on fact: An American (played by Candice Bergen) and her two children were kidnapped in 1904 Morocco by a Berber tribe, an international incident settled by President Theodore Roosevelt’s “big stick” military muscle. The film’s sweep and swagger are unabashedly old-fashioned, even as Milius occasionally pokes fun at the grand characters. Some of the peripheral material is sloppy, but as long as Milius keeps his sig
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