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"A Warm December" is a 1973 romantic drama film directed by Sidney Poitier and starring him in the lead role as Dr. Matt Younger. It also starred Jamaican actress Esther Anderson as Catherine, Matt's love interest. Anderson's role of an African princess won her a NAACP Image Award for Best Actress in 1973. A Warm December is also notable for an appearance of Letta Mbulu singing "Nonqonqo" with an African choir, written my Miriam Makeba. Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson wrote and conducted the score.
- also known as Grazie per quel caldo dicembre, Het december, Ilik bir kis günü, Kaftos Dekemvris, Lämmin syksy, Um Dezembro Quente, Un cálido diciembre
- countries: United States of America, United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- producer: Melville Tucker
- art direction by Elliot Scott
- written by Lawrence Roman
- Sidney Poitier as Dr. Matt Younger
- Esther Anderson as Catherine Oswandu
- Yvette Curtis as Stefanie Younger
- George Baker as Dr. Henry Barlow
- Johnny Sekka as Dr. Joseph Myomo
- Earl Cameron as Ambassador George Oswandu
- Hilary Crane as Marsha Barlow
- John Beardmore as Detective in Burberry
- Milos Kirek as General Kuznovski
- Letta Mbulu as Club Singer
- T. P. McKenna as Minor Role
- James Payne as Taxi Driver at Theatre
- Rudolph Walker as Minor Role
- casting by Miriam Brickman
- cinematography by Paul Beeson
- edited by Pembroke J. Herring & Peter Pitt
- music by Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson
- genres: Romance Film, Drama
- rating: PG (USA)
- released on (41 years ago)
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A Warm December (1973).
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