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Her Life as a Man (1984)

To land a sportswriting job on a national magazine run by a chauvinistic editor, an aspiring female reporter convincingly disguises herself as a man to get the inside story.

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Robyn Douglass ...
Carly Perkins / Carl Parsons
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Mark Rogers
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Barbara
Miriam Flynn ...
Sheila
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Dave Fleming
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Pam Dugan
Anthony Holland ...
Proprietor
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Gloria Rogers
Malcolm Campbell ...
Police Officer
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Writer
Dino Gigante ...
Reseradonist
Debbie Gilbert ...
Girl at Disco
Loretta Greenwood ...
Girl at Personnel Office
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Football Player
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Rosalee (as Suze Lanier)
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To land a sportswriting job on a national magazine run by a chauvinistic editor, an aspiring female reporter convincingly disguises herself as a man to get the inside story.

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Comedy | Drama

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12 March 1984 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Me antriko prosopo  »

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Carly Perkins: [in Mark's office celebrating Carly's article publication in the Village Voice] When can you move back in?
Mark Rogers: How's tomorrow sound?
Carly Perkins: Tomorrow's fine. I've got to go to New York.
Mark Rogers: What?
Carly Perkins: Well... I have to, Mark. It's just for a week. The Voice needs me to edit the copy, I've got to take pictures...
Mark Rogers: Oh, fine, hey! I guess I know where I stand!
Carly Perkins: You really are something, you know that? Well, I'm beginning to understand it all now. It was never Carl, was it? It was me! You didn't like what was happening to...
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Enjoyable TV Movie
2 June 2001 | by (Bronxville, NY) – See all my reviews

Robyn Douglas is very good as a woman who wants to be judged on the merits of her work. The movie is a lot of fun except for Robert Culp who insists on being so unrealistic in one of his worst portrayals. Other than that, the movie is a lot of fun, and generally moves pretty quickly.


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