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  • Days of Heaven (1978)
  • PG
    94 min | Drama, Romance
Days of Heaven (1978)
PG
94 min | Drama, Romance

A hot-tempered farm laborer convinces the woman he loves to marry their rich but dying boss so that they can have a claim to his fortune.
Director
Writer
Terrence Malick (written by)
Composer
Cinematographer
NĂ©stor Almendros (as Nestor Almendros)
Editor
Casting Director
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Release date
Oct 6, 1978 (United States)

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Cast

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18 cast members
Name Known for
Sam Shepard
The Farmer The Farmer   See fewer
Linda Manz
Linda Linda   See fewer
Robert J. Wilke
The Farm Foreman (as Robert Wilke) The Farm Foreman (as Robert Wilke)   See fewer
Jackie Shultis
Linda's Friend Linda's Friend   See fewer
Stuart Margolin
Mill Foreman Mill Foreman   See fewer
Timothy Scott
Harvest Hand (as Tim Scott) Harvest Hand (as Tim Scott)   See fewer
Gene Bell
Dancer Dancer   See fewer
Doug Kershaw
Fiddler Fiddler   See fewer
Richard Libertini
Vaudeville Leader Vaudeville Leader   See fewer
Frenchie Lemond
Vaudeville Wrestler Vaudeville Wrestler   See fewer
Sahbra Markus
Vaudeville Dancer Vaudeville Dancer   See fewer
Bob Wilson
Accountant Accountant   See fewer
Muriel Jolliffe
Headmistress Headmistress   See fewer
John Wilkinson
Preacher Preacher   See fewer
King Cole
Farm Worker Farm Worker   See fewer
Terrence Malick
Mill Worker (uncredited) Mill Worker (uncredited)   See fewer
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