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The Magus (1968) was a Drama - Fantasy Film directed by Guy Green and produced by Jud Kinberg and John Kohn.

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Nicholas Urfe: You know what's wrong with marriage, Meli? It kills the fun in life.
[bites affair liaison apple]
Nicholas Urfe: It's the timid little people who can't gamble; who always want to know where they are. It's for mice, Meli, not for men.


Maurice Conchis: [to Nicholas] Now, I will show you something. The ultimate reality. Not the hammer and sickle, not the stars and stripes, not lysergic acid, not the sun, not gold, not yin and yang. But
[reveals smile statue]
Maurice Conchis: The Smile.


[Nicholas hands a book to Conchis]
Nicholas Urfe: I came to return this.
Maurice Conchis: You came here to meet me. Please, life is short. My name is Conchis.
Nicholas Urfe: My name is Urfe. From the school. I find life long.


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When Woody Allen was asked whether he'd make changes in his life if he had the opportunity to do it all over again, he replied he'd do "everything exactly the same, with the exception of watching 'The Magus'."
John Fowles:  the writer appears as a boat captain.
The train seen at night time below the hotel window supposedly in Athens is actually the Palma to Soller train in Majorca/Mallorca.
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Also directed by Guy Green




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Also released in 1968




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