Andy, a successful marketing guy quits his job, because he feels disconnected with the values about work he learned from his father. He gets a new job at a top notch research facility, ... See full summary »
A young woman goes home to New York after a long stay in Europe. Her former schoolmate introduces her to the decadence of New York and she ultimately falls in love with an older man who's a stand-in for her father, before tragedy strikes.
A shy guy gets fired for dating his boss' girlfriend. Taking advantage of his situation he writes a book on how to pick up chicks and on the way finds his love. Written by
Fred McCarren has moved to New York City and friend Desi Arnaz. Jr.'s influence has gotten him a job. Desi is a player and has a way with the girls, but not Fred. He is the quiet type, who befriends Bess Armstrong, another tenant in the apartment building. Fred goes to work for photographer Richard Dawson, who plays his role to perfection. But when Fred breaks a rule by dating a model, Deborah Raffin, he is promptly fired. In his quest for girls and how to fight his own loneliness, he conducts an experiment on how to get women to talk to him. Asking them intimate questions on what they like in men while being taped, women open to him, and his world and attitude changes. He begins to write a book based on his results. But will this become a bestseller or a bust? I couldn't get over how genuinely funny this film was. The scenes between Fred and Bess were so natural you feel like you're just - watching people. This was so real, so good. I can't get over that movies like this were made and then discarded. Polly Bergen and Abe Vigoda make brief appearances in this forgotten little gem. This is a winner that sadly will never see the light of day, and only I know the secret of how to...
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