|Directed by||James Salter|
|Screenplay by||James Salter|
|Based on||Then We Were Three|
by Irwin Shaw
|Produced by||Bruce Becker|
|Starring|| Charlotte Rampling |
|Edited by||Edward Nielsen|
|Music by||Laurence Rosenthal|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
Three is a 1969 British drama film written and directed by James Salter. The film stars Charlotte Rampling, Robie Porter, Sam Waterston, Pascale Roberts, Edina Ronay and Gillian Hills. The film was released on 23 December 1969, by United Artists.
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3 is a number, numeral, and glyph.
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