Love, American Style (1969–1974)
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Love and the Mountain Cabin/Love and the Divorce Sale/Love and the Comedy Team 

Two married young lovers have a fight over the husband and his photography artistry. There is a heated discussion during a shoot and the wife decides that she wants a divorce. They try to ...

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Morey Fields (segment "Love and the Comedy Team")
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Sheriff Bob O'Connors (segment "Love and the Mountain Cabin")
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Joan Landers (segment "Love and the Comedy Team")
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Arnold Pfister (segment "Love and the Mountain Cabin")
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Mrs. Pfister (segment "Love and the Mountain Cabin")
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Frederick Miller (segment "Love and the Comedy Team")
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Biff Harrison (segment "Love and the Divorce Sale")
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Tippi (segment "Love and the Divorce Sale") (as Lesley Warren)
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Pun Jab (segment "Love and the Divorce Sale")
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Maxine (segment "Love and the Divorce Sale")
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Gina (segment "Love and the Divorce Sale")
Cindy Malone ...
Debbie (segment "Love and the Divorce Sale")
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Mr. Beadle (segment "Love and the Divorce Sale")
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Mrs. Landers (segment "Love and the Comedy Team")
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The Minster (segment "Love and the Comedy Team")
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Two married young lovers have a fight over the husband and his photography artistry. There is a heated discussion during a shoot and the wife decides that she wants a divorce. They try to split up but have a problem with their accumulated belongings. They have a divorce sale and sell everything but the fabled brass bed. They can't sell it even to a junk man for $12 realizing their love for each other, make-up, then falling in love again. A very touching ending.

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8 December 1969 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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