|Genres||Drama History Romance|
|Director||Lee H. Katzin|
|Writers||John Jakes (novel "The Bastard")
|Cast||Andrew Stevens Tom Bosley Kim Cattrall Buddy Ebsen Lorne Greene Olivia Hussey Cameron Mitchell Harry Morgan Patricia Neal Eleanor Parker Donald Pleasence William Shatner Barry Sullivan Noah Beery Jr. Peter Bonerz John Colicos William Daniels James Gregory Herbert Jefferson Jr.|
|Plot||Phillipe Charboneau is the illegitimate son of an English duke. When he travels from France to England to claim his inheritance, he incurs the wrath of his father's family and is forced to flee to America, where he becomes involved in the events leading to the American Revolution.... search for The Bastard on IMDb|
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|Denmark released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Danish ( Subtitles ), Finnish ( Subtitles ), Norwegian ( Subtitles ), Swedish ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: 2-DVD Set, Box Set, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Produced for the syndicated "Operation Prime Time" series, The Bastard is the first of John Jakes' "Kent Family Chronicles" (followed by "The Rebels" and "The Seekers"). Presented in two parts, the story begins in 1771, with 17-year-old French commoner Philippe Charboneau (Andrew Stevens) discovering that he is the illegitimate son of a British Duke. He goes on a long journey, girdling several countries, to claim his birthright, with his mother (Patricia Neal) along for the ride. Settling in America in 1772, our hero--now known as Phillip Kent--becomes involved with the American Revolution. The all-star cast includes Buddy Ebsen, Barry Sullivan, Harry Morgan, Lorne Greene, Donald Pleasence, Tom Bosley (as Ben Franklin), William Shatner (as Paul Revere) and William Daniels (as Samuel Adams). Distributed nationally beginning May 22, 1978, The Bastard was re-titled Kent Family Chronicles in the more conservative TV markets. SCREENED/AWARDED AT: Emmy Awards, Golden Globes,|
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