|Francis De Sales||...||
Driving Test Proctor
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
Man in DMV Office (uncredited)
|Norma Jean Kron||...||
Girl Walking in Brooklyn (uncredited)
DMV Clerk (uncredited)
|Robert Ellis Miller|
|Herman Raucher||...||(written by)|
|Daniel L. Fapp|
|James T. Heckert||...||(as James Heckert)|
|John Robert Lloyd||...||(as John Lloyd)|
|Ralph S. Hurst|
|Gordon Bau||...||makeup supervisor|
|Jean Burt Reilly||...||supervising hair stylist|
|Fred Gammon||...||assistant director|
|Frank L. Brown||...||set dresser (uncredited)|
|Dan Wallin||...||score mixer (uncredited)|
|Dorothy Aldrin||...||script supervisor|
|Crayton Smith||...||script supervisor trainee (uncredited)|
|Bert Steinberger||...||dialogue supervisor|
- Warner Bros./Seven Arts (1968) (United States) (theatrical)
- Warner-Pathé Distributors (1968) (United Kingdom) (theatrical)
- Astória Filmes (1969) (Portugal) (theatrical)
- Warner Bros. (1968) (West Germany) (theatrical)
- American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (1975) (United States) (tv) (original airing)
- Warner Home Video (2009) (United States) (DVD)
Sara Deever, a kooky Brooklyn Heights girl, sublets apartments and paints in her spare time. Each month, Sara selects from her lodgers a new lover - but only on the condition that he will let their affair end when the month expires. When Charlie Blake, a box manufacturer and her lover-of-the-month, falls in love with her, he is unwilling to give her up. Sara insists, even though it is obvious that she too has fallen in love. As the month runs out, Charlie searches desperately for the key to Sara's persistence. What he discovers provides the haunting climax to this love story. Written by alfiehitchie
|Taglines||"A girl I know, she is partly mad. Yet behind that smile, she is partly sad. She is partly calm, she is partly wild. But she is mostly woman -- No. She is mostly child." See more »|
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|Trivia||Universal spent $100,000 for the rights in August 1964. See more »|
|Goofs||Early in the film, both characters are eating hot dogs, that go from shorter to longer, back and forth, after being partially eaten. At one point Charlie is chewing, and the hot dog and bun are clearly whole. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Referenced in Sweet November/Recess: School's Out/Down to Earth/Faithless/Yi Yi (2001). See more »|
|Soundtracks||Sweet November See more »|
Oh cut it out Sara, I love you. That means past November, past winter, past all the dumb years ahead. OK?
Sara Deever: We made an agreement, you and I, we shook hands.
Charlie Blake: Sara, kids do that.
Sara Deever: A bargain is a bargain. A sacred vow and an oath. Whoever breaks that oath must give up all memories of the other. Do you want to give up your memories of me?
Charlie Blake: No, of course I don't, and I don't have to.
Sara Deever: No, no, I know, I know you don't have to, but supposing that you did.
Charlie Blake: Sara, that's silly, I'd have no control over it. I can't just blot everything out simply because I agreed to.
Sara Deever: People must be remembered Charlie, otherwise it's as if they were never here at all. All we are are the people who remember us. If we go away, and everybody forgets we were ever here, its as if we never were.
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