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The Flame Is Love

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(NBC, 10/15/1979, 120 mins). In this romantic, filmed in Ireland, melodrama, taken from Barbara Cartland’s 1975 bestseller, Linda Purl is a turn-of-the-century American heiress who, while en route to her betrothal to an English duke (Timothy Dalton), encounters love and intrigue in the arms of a French journalist (Shane Briant).

Production Companies Friendly-O’Herlihy Ltd., NBC Productions. Director Michael O’Herlihy. Executive Producer Ed Friendly. Producers Ed Friendly, Michael O’Herlihy. Teleplay Hindi Brooks. Based on the Novel by Barbara Cartland. Photography John Flinn III. Music Morton Stevens. Editor Paul LaMastra. Art Director Alan Pleass.

Cast Linda Purl (Emmaline Nevada “Vada” Holtz), Shane Briant (Pierre), Timothy Dalton (Marquis de Guaita), Richard Johnson (Narrator), Joan Greenwood (Duchess of Grantham), Paul Lavers (Duke of Grantham), Kathleen Barrington (Nancy Sparling), Helena Carroll (Charity), Godfrey Quigley (M. Worth), John Franklyn (Verlaine), Jim Fitzgerald (Lautrec), Maureen Toal (La Goulue), Alain Christie (Timbaud), Meryl Gourley (Mrs. Holtz), Peadar Lamb, Brian DeSakuo, John Molloy, Ann O’Dwyer, Edward Golden.

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