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Charly 1968

From Amazon: Adapted from Daniel Keyes's novel Flowers for Algernon, Charly must be viewed as a soap opera of and for its zeitgeist--the halcyon '60s, when "natural" was nirvana, the air hummed with the mantra "Everybody's beautiful," and all ills stemmed from institutional monoliths such as Science, Government, Education, Religion. Accordingly, Charly (Cliff Robertson) is a 30-year-old retardate whose doofus sweetness makes him superior to most able-minded folk, whether they're the bigoted dolts he sweeps floors for or the ambitious scientists who see him as the human equivalent of Algernon, a mouse they've surgically (but ...

Directed By:
No image existsRalph Nelson
Written By:
No image existsStirling Silliphant
Cliff RobertsonCliff Robertson
No image existsClaire Bloom
No image existsLilia Skala
Dick Van PattenDick Van Patten
No image existsLeon Janney
No image existsWilliam Dwyer

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Charly Movie Review by Derringer (1/19/2009)

By all physical appearances, when one first encounters Charly Gordon they see that he is just a regular man of, say, 30 years of age. By eveyday standards, Charly is of decent looks. He is strong, but always gentle in his overall nature.

It's not until one speaks directly to this kindly, rather timid, young man that they...

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