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A Guide for the Married Woman (1978)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy | Romance  -  13 October 1978 (USA)
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A seriocomic look at the life of Julie Walker. Bored with her marriage, and encouraged by her friends, she contemplates an affair. Fantasy and reality mix often, leading to complications and headaches.

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Cast

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Julie Walker
Charles Frank ...
Jerry Walker
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Marvin
Elaine Joyce ...
Helen
Richard Kelton ...
Everett Hemming-Fantasy Man
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Fred Hurley
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Employment lady
John Beradino ...
Doctor
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Elevator Man
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Eloise
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Ed Small
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Shirley
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Hallway Man
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Bill
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Marty Gibson
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A seriocomic look at the life of Julie Walker. Bored with her marriage, and encouraged by her friends, she contemplates an affair. Fantasy and reality mix often, leading to complications and headaches.

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This was Cybill Shepherd's first television movie, and she was initially optimistic, but after she saw it, the only thing she liked about it was the way her hair looked. See more »

Goofs

Camera and lights are reflected in Everett and Julie's sunglasses as they walk out of the bookstore and when they are on the boat. See more »

Connections

Version of A Guide for the Married Man (1967) See more »

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NOTHING STAYS THE SAME
Lyrics by Norman Gimbel
Music by Jack Elliott and Allyn Ferguson
Performed by Maureen McGovern
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A bizarre time capsule of the late 70's...
21 July 2000 | by See all my reviews

A bizarre time capsule of the late 70's, with material that would be completely dated if filmed today. It's a sunshiny look at a mindset that could have been handled more seriously, but probably done even more poorly if the producers had tried. Kopell and Hillerman give amusing supporting performances. Cybill looks gorgeous and wears her (2 dozen or so) outfits with great style. Almost worth watching simply for the guest appearances and fun final scenes, but if you don't see it, you're not missing out.


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