Teddy is a middle-aged man who has a good wife, kids, friends and a fine job. You could say that he has everything he wants; but he doesn't. One day he sees a gorgeous woman in a red dress, and goes crazy! He must have her... Written by
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Shy, quiet Teddy Pierce wanted a little adventure. And one day it walked into his life in a red silk dress. Now his wife is packing a gun. His friends are going nuts trying to cover for him and he's about to get caught with his pants down on the six o'clock news. Be very careful of what you want... Because you just might get it.
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Did You Know?
The movie blatantly used the famous Marilyn Monroe
dress flying above the street grate from The Seven Year Itch
(1955) but exchanging the color from white to red. The image was the dominant one used in the film's press and marketing materials, particularly movie posters. The picture was not the first to do this in recent times as the Barbra Streisand
comedy All Night Long
(1981) had used it about three years earlier where Streisand is seen climbing up a pole wearing a violet dress with three male characters beneath her. See more
In the opening scene, Theodore Pierce is shown on a ledge with his back up against the building. The ledge is reasonably wide, and his feet are clearly at least a couple of feet from the edge. When the camera goes in for a closeup, however, his feet are right at the edge, implying a much narrower ledge.
In addition to the above, in the long shot, he is standing in front of the window . . . the seagull lands . . . and cut to the closeup, he is now on the ledge between two windows. There was not enough "real time" for him to move sideways on the ledge. See more
What was I thinking. I have kids, a wife and a good marriage. And to think I could have wrecked it and for what?
[looking over at the ground from a towering height and about to jump off
Take a look at those legs. Say she is kind of cute though. Ok knock it off! I learned my lesson and I will never do it again.
[contemplating while falling down a building noticing a good- looking blonde woman
Referenced in Sussi
Love Light In Flight
Written by Stevie Wonder
Synthesizers, drums: Stevie Wonder
Background vocals: Antoinette Wood, Finis Henderson III
, Eugene Van Buren
(as Gene Van Buren) & Portia Griffin
Produced by Stevie Wonder See more