Dinah Manoff plays Tibby Bloom, a recent widow who soon finds herself broke and in need of a job. Her wealthy husband died suddenly leaving her with nothing but memories...and bills to pay.... See full summary »

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Tibby Bloom
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Jasmine Jones
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Leila
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Harold Brown
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Lt. Jardine
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Lucy
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Eddie Kemper
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Don Stone
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Minister
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Ted Knowland
Stuart Bird ...
Carmen
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Larry the Lawyer (as Tim Stack)
Richard Assad ...
Limo Driver
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Employment Agent
Paul-Felix Montez ...
Van Driver
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Dinah Manoff plays Tibby Bloom, a recent widow who soon finds herself broke and in need of a job. Her wealthy husband died suddenly leaving her with nothing but memories...and bills to pay. The only tasks she is good at are organizing her social calendar and the staff who took care of her house. She soon finds herself a job as somebody else's maid! Written by Anonymous

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13 January 1992 (USA)  »

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One of the best TV movies ever made!
5 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

Normally, I avoid TV movies like the plague. A friend saw the DVD going for a bargain price and bought one for himself and one for me. I didn't thank him. I hate TV movies, but this one turns out to be a most welcome exception to the rule. It's really, really good. In fact, that's too lame a description. It's brilliant! First class! Dinah Manoff, in collaboration with Les Alexander and Don Enright, has dome wonders to the original script by Andrew Smith. And not only do Manoff and Nell Carter excel in their starring roles, but Paul Schneider turns in a really first-rate display of sensitive, well-timed direction. True, watching the movie on TV, would probably be a bit of a let-down, but on the Universal DVD, 93 engrossing minutes fly by with a welcome rapidity. Production values are also remarkably first-class by TV standards.


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