At separate tables we sit down to write,

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Trivia for Separate Tables (1958)

Featuring a fantastic all-star cast, including Burt Lancaster, RitaHayworth, and Rod Taylor, "Separate Tables" seems to be a forgottenmasterpiece. It was nominated for 7 Academy Awards, including Best Pictureand Best Actress, and won two…including one for the magnificent DavidNiven. I highly recommend this movie!

David Niven, who was never given the credit he deserved for his enormoustalent, gives the performance of his career in "Separate Tables." Insteadof playing the perpetual nice guy, he is a definite shady character. Hedeceives everyone into believing that he’s a reputable person, especiallyshy Deborah Kerr. But soon, it is revealed that he’s not the person heappears to be, with possible disastrous outcomes…

Goofs for Separate Tables (1958)

Separate Tables

Originalni filmski poster
Režija Delbert Mann
Producent Harold Hecht
Scenario Terence Rattigan
John Gay
John Michael Hayes (van špice)
Uloge Rita Hayworth
Deborah Kerr
David Niven
Burt Lancaster
Wendy Hiller
Muzika David Raksin
Fotografija Charles Lang
Distribucija United Artists
Datum(i) premijere
18. decembar 1958 (1958-12-18)
Trajanje 100 min.
Zemlja  SAD
Jezik engleski
Bruto prihod 2,7 mil. $[1]

Title: Separate Tables (TV Movie 1983)

Plot: The stories of several people are told as they stay at a seaside hotel in Bournemouth which features dining at "Separate Tables." Full summary » | »

Separate Tables was an adaptation of a play by Terence Rattigan. David Niven won an for Best Actor, and Hiller won for Best Supporting Actress. Hiller had the best reaction ever to winning an Oscar: "I hope this award means cash - hard cash. I want lots of lovely offers to go filming in Hollywood, preferably in the winter so I can avoid all the horrid cold over here."