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Love Hate Love (1971)

Ryan O'Neal plays Russ Emery, a glib engineer who steals the heart of a fashion model named Sheila Blunden. She in turn leaves her jet setter fiance who turns out to be a psychotic who will... See full summary »

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Ryan O'Neal plays Russ Emery, a glib engineer who steals the heart of a fashion model named Sheila Blunden. She in turn leaves her jet setter fiance who turns out to be a psychotic who will not let go of Sheila that easily. Written by Anonymous

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Good Movie of the week.
1 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

O'Neal is dumped by Warren for Haskell after she falls for Haskell and his jet setting life style while O'Neal is out of town and not realizing at the time that the guy is a control freak among other things. She meets O'Neal at the airport to cut it off but Haskell shows up. Surprised Warren introduces them and Haskell puts a beating on O'Neal that to me is still one of the most realistic that I have ever seen on film. After O'Neal gets put in the hospital Warren dumps Haskell for O'Neal and the stalking begins. Great movie and in the early seventies was touching on a stalking problem that had been around forever and even ending in murder at times but the laws still hadn't caught up.


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