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Coffee, Tea or Me? (1973)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy  -  11 September 1973 (USA)
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An airline stewardess juggles a life that includes a husband in Los Angeles and another one in London.

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Carol Burnham / Carol Burns
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Tommy Byrnes
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An airline stewardess juggles a life that includes a husband in Los Angeles and another one in London.

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11 September 1973 (USA)  »

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Café, Chá ou Eu?  »

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The movie only uses the title of a popular novel based upon the adventures of two stewardesses and is not related to the movie script about a bigamous stewardess with husbands in the USA and England. See more »

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Remake of The Captain's Paradise (1953) See more »

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Coffee, Tea Or Me
(stewardess Song)
Music by Morton Stevens
Lyrics by Hermine Hilton
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Fun romp about bigamy
4 March 2004 | by (Washington DC) – See all my reviews

Has there ever been a cuter bigamist than Karen Valentine? Or a ditzier best friend than Louise Lasser? And, dig the service level and the size of the planes offered on Global Airlines? How come I never fly on planes like that. Michael Anderson, Jr. is quite remarkable as Valentine's British husband. Lou Jacobi had fun as a beleaguered waiter who cannot believe his eyes. And John Davidson is very pretty and square.

The funny thing is the story is both utterly absurd and almost plausible at the same time given the psychological make-up of Valentine's character. Valentine, by-the-way. is a surprisingly adept farceur. It's a shame she got typecast as a sweet young thing, because her talent and range exhibited are revelations to me in this sexy romp made during a wonderful time before anybody knew about AIDS.


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