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Shades of Love: Tangerine Taxi (1988)

TV Movie  -   -  Romance | Drama  -  18 August 1988 (Canada)
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An odd cab driver learns that a research scientist is in dire need of funding and reveals himself to be an eccentric philanthropist in disguise. Happiness ensues.

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Marshall Colt ...
David Adashek
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Evan Moore
Steve Marshall ...
Andy
Perry Schneiderman ...
Lionel
Joan Heney ...
Thelma Adashek
Raymond Bélisle ...
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Jacques Tourangeau ...
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Harry Hill ...
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David De Sanctis ...
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Fred Smith ...
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An odd cab driver learns that a research scientist is in dire need of funding and reveals himself to be an eccentric philanthropist in disguise. Happiness ensues.

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I JUST FALL IN LOVE AGAIN
Performed by Anne Murray
Music & Lyrics by Dorff Sklerov & Lloyd Herbstritt
Marshall Way Music/Holly Kelly Music
Courtesy of Capital Records
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Treacly, miserable dross
4 July 2003 | by (Moncton, N.B. Canada) – See all my reviews

As fetching as Roberta Weiss is - and she is extraordinarily pretty - this Canadian-made monstrosity is as vacuous and predictable as the Harlequin Romances it mimics. Even as a romantic chick-flick, it fails miserably. And a big anti-Oscar to the male lead, Marshall Colt, who wisely left the acting game a decade ago. It's watching laughable performances by pretenders like Colt that gives one an appreciation of real acting ability.


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