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WHEN EVERY DAY WAS THE FOURTH OF JULY "Go out of your way to see it. It's pretty wonderful." - Los Angeles Times The summer of 1937 in Bridgeport, Connecticut was a time of innocence and adventure for 12-year-old Daniel Cooper and his 10-year-old sister Sarah. It was the year that Sarah's friend Snowman, a brain-damaged veteran of World War I, was accused of murder. Believing him to be innocent, Sarah convinces her attorney father, Ed Cooper (Dean Jones), to defend Snowman -- a decision that leads to an explosive and unforgettable courtroom drama. A Dan Curtis Production starring DEAN JONES, LOUISE SOREL, KATY KURTZMAN, CHRIS PETERSEN, HARRIS YULIN, GEOFFREY LEWIS, SCOTT BRADY, BEN PIAZZA, RONNIE CLAIRE EDWARDS AND HENRY WILCOXIN Music Composed by WALTER SCHARF Film Editor DENNIS VIRKLER Director of Photography FRANK STANLEY Art Director JACK DeGOVIA Screenplay LEE HUTSON Story by DAN CURTIS & LEE HUTSON Produced & Directed by DAN CURTIS. THE LONG DAYS OF SUMMER "Extraordinarily good...a captivating storyline, a sensitive and intelligent script, a marvelous cast..." - Los Angeles Herald Examiner During the summer of 1938, Jewish attorney Ed Cooper and his family are faced with a growing sense of bigotry in the community, mixed with awareness of the increasing menace overseas in the form of Adolf Hitler. The talk of Bridgeport, however, centers around the pending rematch between boxing heavyweight champ Joe Lewis and his German challenger -- a controversy that fuels the smoldering conflict about to erupt in this powerful sequel to When Every Day Was the Fourth of July.
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