Set amidst the politically turbulent times surrounding World War II, Strangers and Brothers is a BBC drama that chronicles the impassioned life of young Englishman, Lewis Eliot. In a world where truth and justice test the moral fibre of even the most solid of men, Eliot is the ambitious lawyer fighting the temptations that could ruin his career, friendships and marriage. His decisions lead his career on a tempestuous journey of success, tragedy, and rekindled love. Throughout it all, Eliot realizes his true 'brothers' masquerade as 'strangers'.
Runtime: 50 minutes
Strangers and Brothers - House of Strangers - Netflix
House of Strangers is a 1949 American film noir directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, and starring Edward G. Robinson, Susan Hayward, and Richard Conte. It is the first of three film versions of Jerome Weidman's novel I'll Never Go There Any More, each scripted by Phillip Yordan. The other versions were the Spencer Tracy western Broken Lance (1954) and The Big Show (1961).
Strangers and Brothers - Cast - Netflix
Edward G. Robinson as Gino Monetti Susan Hayward as Irene Bennett Richard Conte as Max Monetti Luther Adler as Joe Monetti Paul Valentine as Pietro Monetti Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. as Tony Debra Paget as Maria Domenico Hope Emerson as Helena Domenico Esther Minciotti as Theresa Monetti, wife of Gino Monetti