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I Do! I Do! (1983)

| Musical | TV Movie 1983
I Do! I Do! takes place entirely in a bedroom dominated by a couple's four poster bed. The story takes them through fifty years of marriage, through happiness and sorrow, through good times... See full summary »

Director:

Terry Hughes

Writers:

Tom Jones (book), Jan de Hartog (play)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Lee Remick ... She (Agnes)
Hal Linden ... He (Michael)
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Storyline

I Do! I Do! takes place entirely in a bedroom dominated by a couple's four poster bed. The story takes them through fifty years of marriage, through happiness and sorrow, through good times and bad, through childbirth, parenthood, and the eventual sadness from the absence of their children. In the end, they face the future together, while remembering their past. Written by Sean L. Gilley <slg@mycroft.cmhnet.org>

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Musical

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1983 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

RKO/Nederlander See more »
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Color
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The original Broadway production of "I Do! I Do!" opened at the 46th Street Theater on December 5, 1966 with Mary Martin and Robert Preston, ran for 560 performances and was nominated for the 1967 Tony Awards for the Best Musical and Score. See more »

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Version of The Four Poster (1959) See more »

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Wonderful
3 March 2002 | by lzf0See all my reviews

Linden and Remick recreate the roles originated by Robert Preston and Mary Martin in this musical adaptation of "The Fourposter". The music and lyrics of Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones are well written and memorable. The hit song "My Cup Runneth Over" was introduced in this show. Both Linden and Remick are acceptable musical comedy performers, but they lack the intense star qualities of Preston and Martin. This show is captivating when seen live, like most Schmidt-Jones shows. However, it loses a bit on the small screen. It could never have been a movie. It is too theatrical. What we have is a caught for posterity performance. The show is heart warming and sensitive. We are lucky to have a recording of it.


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