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Genre  Drama, Romance
Duration  
Country  United States
4.4/10 IMDb

Director  John Korty
Film series  Love Story Film Series
Language  English
Olivers Story (film) movie poster
Writer  Erich Segal, John Korty
Release date  December 15, 1978 (1978-12-15)
Based on  Olivers Story novel by Erich Segal
Music director  Francis Lai, Lee Holdridge
Cast  Ryan O'Neal (Oliver Barrett IV), Candice Bergen (Marcie Bonwit), Nicola Pagett (Joanna Stone), Edward Binns (Phil Cavilleri), Benson Fong (John Hsiang), Charles Haid (Stephen Simpson)
Similar movies  Olivers Story and Love Story are part of the same movie series
Tagline  It takes someone very special to help you forget someone very special

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Oliver's Story is a 1978 American romantic drama film and a sequel to Love Story (1970) based on a novel by Erich Segal published a year earlier. It was directed by John Korty and again starred Ryan O'Neal, this time opposite Candice Bergen. The original music score was composed by Lee Holdridge and Francis Lai. It was released by Paramount Pictures on December 15, 1978.

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This film's promotional tagline is: "It takes someone very special to help you forget someone very special."

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Plot summary

Oliver Barrett IV is emotionally devastated by the death of his young wife Jenny, who succumbed to leukemia. As he tries to lose himself in his work as a lawyer, the long hours don't ease his pain, especially when he finds that his leftist views conflict with those of the senior partners at the firm.

Oliver's inconsolable grief begins to alienate those around him, at least until he finds new love with Marcie Bonwit, the wealthy and beautiful heiress to the Bonwit Teller fortune. Despite his affection for her, Oliver finds it difficult to leave the memory of Jenny behind, which causes many problems in their relationship, even as he concurrently begins a reconciliation with his autocratic father. Though Oliver and Marcie eventually part, Oliver and his father reconcile when both men discover things they never knew about each other.

Location

A number of scenes were filmed in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The Stanley Woolen Mill in Uxbridge, Massachusetts, and other locations in that community were used for this film. Oliver's law offices were those occupied at the time by the New York firm of Davis Polk & Wardwell. The Bonwit Teller store in Eastchester, N.Y. was also used as a shoot location.

Cast

  • Ryan O'Neal – Oliver Barrett IV
  • Candice Bergen – Marcie Bonwit
  • Nicola Pagett – Joanna Stone
  • Ed Binns – Phil Cavilleri
  • Benson Fong – John Hsiang
  • Charles Haid – Stephen Simpson
  • Kenneth McMillan – Jamie Francis
  • Ray Milland – Oliver Barrett III
  • Josef Sommer – Dr. Dienhart
  • Sully Boyar – Mr. Gentilano
  • Swoosie Kurtz – Gwen Simpson
  • Meg Mundy – Mrs. Barrett
  • Beatrice Winde – Waltereen
  • Production

    Ryan O'Neal was offered a reported $3 million for his role. He originally turned it down, saying he was unhappy with the script. "It was just a rehash of the book, which hadn't interested me," he said. "I just don't think Segal did a good job of catching him. Oliver is a real hard guy to follow."

    He changed his mind after director John Korty rewrote the script. O'Neal says he was paid less than $3 million, although he received $1 million up front and a share of the profits.

    O'Neal says that Candice Bergen was reluctant to appear in the film and he had to persuade her by giving her one of his points in the film.

    John Marley did not reprise his role as Ali MacGraw's father from the original. He and Paramount had come to terms on money but not billing; he was replaced by Edward Binns.

    Critical reception

    Unlike the original film, Oliver's Story was poorly reviewed and was not successful at the box office. The film currently holds a 20% "Rotten" rating with an average score of 4.1/10 at Rotten Tomatoes.

    O'Neal thought a major reason behind the film's failure was the fact the character played by Nicola Pagett was cut out of the last third.

    Soundtrack

    Oliver's Story Soundtrack was released on vinyl and cassette tape by ABC Records in December 1978.

    Side 1:

  • "Prologue" – Francis Lai (1:58)
  • "Theme from Love Story" – Francis Lai (2:06)
  • "Love Theme from Oliver's Story (Oliver's Theme)" – Francis Lai (2:12)
  • "Night Drive to Cambridge" – Lee Holdridge (4:35)
  • "Oliver's Childhood Room" – Lee Holdridge (1:25)
  • "Love at the Red Apple (Oliver's Theme)" – Francis Lai (3:51)
  • Side 2:

  • "Love Theme From Oliver's Story (Oliver's Theme)" – Francis Lai (3:02)
  • "Hong Kong Park" – Lee Holdridge (0:53)
  • "Tentative Feelings (Oliver's Theme)" – Francis Lai, Lee Holdridge (1:59)
  • "Tennis, Jogging, and Singles Bars (Oliver's Theme)" – Francis Lai, Lee Holdridge (2:14)
  • "Montage of Moments" – Francis Lai, Lee Holdridge (5:40)
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    References

    Oliver's Story (film) Wikipedia
    Olivers Story IMDbOlivers Story Rotten TomatoesOlivers Story (film) themoviedb.org


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