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Lovers and Other Strangers (1970) Poster

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Film debut of Diane Keaton.
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Anne Meara's husband, Jerry Stiller and daughter, Amy Stiller, make a cameo appearance at the wedding reception.
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Even though Anne Meara (Wilma) portrayed Cloris Leachman's (Bernice) daughter in the film, there is only a six year age difference between the actresses.
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Richard S. Castellano repeated his role from the Broadway play for which he received a nomination for the 1969 Tony Award (New York City) for Supporting or Features Actor in a Drama.
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The Oscar-winning song - "For All We Know" - from this movie was performed by Petula Clark at the Academy Awards (April 15, 1971) even though the song was a hit for The Carpenters. In fact, a small controversy occurred when the duo was not selected to perform the song at the ceremony, even though they were the one of the most popular music acts at the time.
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The original Broadway production of "Lovers and Other Strangers", written by actors Renée Taylor and Joseph Bologna, opened on September 18, 1968, at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre and ran for seventy performances. Renée Taylor also performed in the stage play and wrote the screenplay with her husband Joseph Bologna.
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Kaye Ballard was originally scheduled to be in this movie, according to the October 1, 1969, edition of VARIETY.
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Sylvester Stallone was an extra in this film. He briefly appears as a groomsman in the wedding scene.
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