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Barefoot in the Park (1982)

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21 March 1982 (USA)  »

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This production was taped at Seattle's Moore Theatre the week of December 1st, 1981. Hans Conried died a month after the production was completed. See more »

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Mrs. Banks: A martini to wash down a pill.
Corie Bratter: It'll make you feel better.
Mrs. Banks: I had a martini at home, it made me sick, that's why I'm taking the pill.
Corie Bratter: What you need is food,Mother, I'll get you an Hor'doevre.
Mrs. Banks: No thank you, dear.
Corie Bratter: It's just sour cream and blue cheese.
Mrs. Banks: [Gulps] I wish you hadn't said that.
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Version of Barefoot in the Park (1967) See more »

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Barefoot in the Park
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Composed by Neal Hefti
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Wish this version were available on DVD!
7 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have been looking for this version of Barefoot to come available for years now. Barbara Barrie was brilliantly funny. Richard Thomas was also exhaustingly funny. The whole cast works together so well. I saw this version of Barefoot on HBO as an 8th grader and was so captivated by the play and the actors performance that 23 years later (I enjoyed it that much) I am still in hopes that one day I will find this released to DVD. This play, but more especially the actors performance made me want to be an actor. This is such fun to watch. From memory it moves very quickly, is full of energy, full of love and full of fun. I thought the Redford/Fonda version would suffice in lieu of finding this version on tape or DVD, but it really didn't. Not to say that the Redford/Fonda version wasn't good - I just liked this better. HBO, please release to DVD is all that I request.


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