Brotherly Love (1970)


In this British tragi-comedy taking place among emotionally bankrupt upper-class Scottish countrymen, Peter O'Toole plays Sir Charles Henry Arbuthnot Pinkerton Ferguson, a mentally disturbed Scotsman, living on his uncared-for farm, who also harbors an incestuous yearning for his sister Hilary (Susannah York), who is staying with Sir Charles after a fight with her husband Douglas (Michael Craig). An adaptation of James Kennaway's novel Household Ghosts.

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Viooz Score: 5.9/10 from 4 votes
Release Date: 1970-01-07
Status: Released
Run time: 107 min / 1:47
Production Studio : Keep Films, Windward, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America

Brotherly Love Casts

Peter O'Toole
as Sir Charles Ferguson
Susannah York
as Hilary Dow
Michael Craig
as Douglas Dow
Harry Andrews
as Brig. Crieff
Cyril Cusack
as Dr. Maitland
Judy Cornwell
as Rosie
Brian Blessed
as Jack Baird
Robert Urquhart
as Auctioneer

Brotherly Love Crew

Camera Ted Moore Director of Photography
Production Maude Spector Casting
Sound John Addison Original Music Composer
Directing J. Lee Thompson Director
Editing Willy Kemplen Editor
Costume & Make-Up Yvonne Blake Costume Design
Writing James Kennaway Screenplay
Writing James Kennaway Novel
Writing James Kennaway Theatre Play
Art Maurice Fowler Art Direction
Production Denis Johnson Associate Producer
Production Robert Emmett Ginna Producer
Art Kenneth Jones Assistant Art Director