The cider house rules, Miramax Films presents a Film Colony Production ; screenplay by John Irving ; produced by Richard N. Gladstein ; directed by Lasse Hallström
The work The cider house rules, Miramax Films presents a Film Colony Production ; screenplay by John Irving ; produced by Richard N. Gladstein ; directed by Lasse Hallström represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Portland Public Library.

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  • MRYptX6nrF0
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  • The cider house rules, Miramax Films presents a Film Colony Production ; screenplay by John Irving ; produced by Richard N. Gladstein ; directed by Lasse Hallström
Main title
  • The cider house rules
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  • Miramax Films presents a Film Colony Production ; screenplay by John Irving ; produced by Richard N. Gladstein ; directed by Lasse Hallström
Variant title
  • Œuvre de dieu, la part du diable
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Tells the story of Homer, who has lived nearly his entire life within the walls of an orphanage in rural Maine and has been trained by its proprietor, Dr. Wilbur Larch to be Larch's successor. Wally Worthington brings his pregnant girlfriend, Candy Kendall, to the orphanage because Dr. Larch provides medically safe, albeit illegal, abortions. Homer leaves with them to work on Wally's family apple farm. When Wally leaves to fight in World War II, Homer falls in love with Candy
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  • videorecording
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  • CHV rating: PG
OCLC Number
  • 44796634
Runtime
  • 125
Series statement
  • Miramax collector's series
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  • general
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  • live action
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