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Bloomfield is a film of genre Drama directed by Richard Harris released in USA on 1 june 1971 with Richard Harris

Bloomfield (1970)

Bloomfield
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Released in USA 1 june 1971
Length 1h37
Directed by ,    
Genres Drama
Rating59% 2.959342.959342.959342.959342.95934

Bloomfield (released in the United States as The Hero) is a 1971 British-Israeli drama film directed by Richard Harris and Uri Zohar. It was entered into the 21st Berlin International Film Festival.

The soundtrack of this film composed and produced by Johnny Harris includes a short version of "The Loner", a song co-written by Maurice Gibb and Lulu's brother Billy Lawrie. Johnny Harris was MD for Lulu at the time this song was composed and recorded in 1969. It was released on a Pye Records single in 1972 performed by The Bloomfields when the film was finally released in Great Britain. The soundtrack also includes 3 tracks by Heads Hands & Feet.



^ "Bloomfield (The Hero) (1971)". Rotten tomatoes. Retrieved 8 June 2012.

^ "IMDB.com: Awards for Bloomfield". imdb.com. Retrieved 13 March 2010.

Actors

Richard Harris

(Eitan)
Romy Schneider

(Nora)
Maurice Kaufmann

(Yasha)
Yossi Yadin

(Weiner)
David Heyman

(Eldad)
Mosko Alkalai

(1st Committee Man)
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