Executive George Dupler loses his temper and is demoted to the night manager at a 24 hour drugstore. After he suggests to his teenage son Freddie that he stop having an affair with suburban housewife Cheryl Gibbons, who is a distant cousin, Cheryl tries to seduce George. At home, in front of his mother, Freddie accuses his dad of stealing his girl, because he found Cheryl serving George a meal in the middle of the night, while her husband Bobby was on duty at the fire station. George then separates from his wife Helen, quits his job, moves into a warehouse, and asks Cheryl to move in with him. Written by
She's got a way with men. And she's getting away with it...
Did You Know?
This picture's director Jean-Claude Tramont
once spoke of the fact that his wife Sue Mengers
was Barbra Streisand
's agent at the time. He commented on the media circus' response that ensued which suggested that Mengers heavily persuaded Streisand to do the picture as a personal favor to her: "My wife and I have been together eleven years. If she had the ability to force Barbra to do a picture with me, I wish she had used it sooner. In most of her pictures, she [Streisand]'s criticized for overpowering the screen. In All Night Long
(1981), she's criticized for not overpowering the screen." Tramont stated that Streisand took the part because she wanted to play a different type of character to what she had done before. See more
Oh, no! How did he die?
I don't know... brain haemorrhoid?
References Apocalypse Now
Music by Alan E. Lindgren
(as Alan Lindgren)
Lyrics by W.D. Richter
Orchestra Conducted by Georges Delerue See more