I Walk the Line

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 1970

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Director:
John Frankenheimer
Released:
1970
Rating:
PG-13
I Walk the Line is a film by John Frankenheimer about a controversial love affair between an older man and a young woman. The film stars Gregory Peck (To Kill a Mockingbird) and Tuesday Weld (Play It As It Lays, Looking for Mr. Goodbar). Made in 1970, the film includes an original soundtrack by Johnny Cash. Sheriff Tawes (Gregory Peck) heads the police department of a small, rural town in Tennessee. Not surprisingly, he is an austere man who easily judges others - he lives and breathes the law. But all of that changes when he meets a beautiful young blonde girl named Alma (Tuesday Weld) who drives him absolutely crazy. Despite his strong moral fibre, Tawes is quick to engage in a full blown romantic love affair with the little "nymph". Word travels fast in this small town in Tennessee, and things get heated once the cat is out of the bag. I Walk the Line is the adaptation of a book by Madison Jones called An Exile.moreless
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