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The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker (1971)

R | | Comedy | 19 August 1971 (USA)
A stock-broker is stuck in a dreary job and a marriage that's become a dull routine. To cope with the boredom and frustration, he resorts to voyeurism and extramarital love affairs.

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William Alren
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Lisa Alren
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Nan
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Chester
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Dr. Sadler
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Girl in the Rain
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Mr. Franklin
William Forrest ...
Mr. Wylie
Johnny Scott Lee ...
Mark
Bill McConnell ...
Charlie McGuire
Alma Beltran ...
Raquel
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Mr. Van Meter
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1st Baseball Fan
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2nd Baseball Fan
Kenneth Snell ...
Cab Driver (as Ken Snell)
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A stock-broker is stuck in a dreary job and a marriage that's become a dull routine. To cope with the boredom and frustration, he resorts to voyeurism and extramarital love affairs.

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The story of a married man with a hobby. So what's wrong with being a voyeur ? See more »

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Comedy

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19 August 1971 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

El matrimonio de un joven corredor de bolsa  »

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Referenced in E! True Hollywood Story: Adam West: Batman Unmasked (1999) See more »

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Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing
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Music by Sammy Fain
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An entertaining and intelligent film to watch out for.

Richard Benjamin shines in the title role as a young man who is disillusioned by his job, marriage and life in general. Joanna Shimkus is attractive and vivacious as his troubled wife, Lisa. Fine support from Patricia Barry as the psychiatrist and especially good are Elizabeth Ashley and Adam West as Benjamin's in-laws. Look fast for familiar faces Ron Masak and Bob Hastings as baseball fans and the alluring Tiffany Bolling is also memorable. A film that Fox should release for sale.


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