A Jewish man who owns a Brooklyn deli asks his domineering uncle for a loan so he can buy his dream restaurant in Manhattan, but the uncle demands that he give up his Gentile girlfriend even though she's one of the few sources of stability in his somewhat chaotic life. Written by
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So funny...you may never get over it.
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Did You Know?
Production on the film was shut down for one day after Actor Eliott Gould and Director Menahem Golan got into argument over the scene where Gould confesses to the late Margeaux Hemingway that he loves her. The end result was Gould calling Golan "a sucker" during the argument and storming off the set to the shock of cast and crew. Gould apologized two days later to Golan personally and filming then resumed. See more
In the Heat of the Night
Composed by Steve Jolley
, Tony Swain
, Leee John
& Ashley Ingram
Performed by Imagination See more