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Three's a Crowd (1969)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy  -  2 December 1969 (USA)
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An airline pilot tries to balance two wives he has in two separate cities.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jim Carson
Jessica Carson
E.J. Peaker ...
Ann Carson
Doctor Pike
Norman - Elevator Operator
Stu Gilliam ...
Ralph Wilcox
Mickey Deems ...
Hotel Drunk
Alfred Dennis ...
Roy Stuart ...
Buzzy Grant
Sid Bagby
Ken Greenwald ...
George Fowler
Rosemary Eliot ...
Suzanne Taylor ...
Fran Preeble (as Sue Taylor)
Paul Vaughn ...
Oscar Preeble


In the spirit of the classic 'My Favorite Wife', but with a mid-twentieth-century spin, airline pilot Jim Carver marries Jessica when he thinks that first wife Ann has died. Movie-of-the-Week hilarity ensues when Ann shows up alive and Jim tries to balance both marriages and households, one with Ann in LA and the other with Jessica in San Francisco. How fortunate that his airline job takes him back and forth between the two cities on a routine basis! Written by Stuart Manewith

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Larry Hagman makes a very cute bigamist
28 April 2001 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

Larry Hagman's charm and magnetism are primary reasons to watch the late 60's made-for-TV sex farce about a pilot who is a bigamist. Norman Fell is also marvelous as his landlord, conspirator, and admirer. And both actresses are fine as two very different wives with Peaker clearly coming from a different era. But Hagman's juggling of conscience, aplomb, and lust takes center stage and holds it well throughout the film. Nothing profound here, but much to enjoy.

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