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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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Jim Carson
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Jessica Carson
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Ann Carson
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Doctor Pike
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Norman - Elevator Operator
Stu Gilliam ...
Ralph Wilcox
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Mona
Mickey Deems ...
Hotel Drunk
Alfred Dennis ...
Rico
Roy Stuart ...
Buzzy Grant
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Sid Bagby
Ken Greenwald ...
George Fowler
Rosemary Eliot ...
Liz
Suzanne Taylor ...
Fran Preeble (as Sue Taylor)
Paul Vaughn ...
Oscar Preeble
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An airline pilot tries to balance two wives he has in two separate cities.

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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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