Kim | 1983

Adaptation, Adventure
The Kipling adventure classic about colonial India and the resourceful British youngster who was raised in the streets as a native and is recruited as a spy for the British Secret Service, gets a colorful re-telling in ...more

Cast

... Lama

Actor (1983-1984)

... Mahbub Ali

Actor (1983-1984)

... Babu

Actor (1983-1984)

... Kim

Actor (1983-1984)

... Colonel Creighton

Actor (1983-1984)

... Kozelski

Actor (1983-1984)

... Lurgan

Actor (1983-1984)

... Corporal Bruce

Actor (1983-1984)

... Gorin

Actor (1983-1984)

... Indra

Actor (1983-1984)

... Father Victor

Actor (1983-1984)

... Company Sergeant Major

Actor (1983-1984)

Company

Production Company

Synopsis

The Kipling adventure classic about colonial India and the resourceful British youngster who was raised in the streets as a native and is recruited as a spy for the British Secret Service, gets a colorful re-telling in this rousing remake of the 1950 movie that starred Errol Flynn, Dean Stockwell and Paul Lukas. In the comparable roles are Australian actor Bryan Brown; Milwaukee-born teenager Ravi Sheth (who has lived in Bombay since the age of 2 with his Indian father and American mother), making his acting debut in the title role; and Peter O'Toole, in a bizarre bit of casting, as a somewhat outrageous Buddhist monk. An earlier TV version of "Kim" on "The Shirley Temple Theatre" in 1960, starred Michael Rennie, Joseph Wiseman and Tony Haig as young Kim.

Director

Director (1983-1984)

Writers

Screenplay (1983-1984)

Source Material (from novel) (1983-1984)

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