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Unfaithfully Yours ()


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A composer suspects his wife of cheating. He plots to kill her and frame it on her lover.

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Claude Eastman
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Daniella Eastman
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Maxmillian Stein
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Norman Robbins
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Carla Robbins
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Giuseppe
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Jess Keller
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Jerzy Czyrek
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Janet
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Bill Lawrence
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Screen Lover
Estelle Omens ...
Celia
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Jewelry Salesgirl
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Waiter
Benjamin Rayson ...
Judge
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Desk Sergeant (as Art La Fleur)
Magda Gyenes ...
Hungarian Singer
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Elevator Operator (as Frederic Franklyn)
Alison Price ...
Kissing Girl
Frank DiElsi ...
Kissing Man
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Lobby Attendant (as Edward Zammit)
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Repairman
Daniele Jaimes Worth ...
Autograph Seeker
Alexander B. Reed ...
Man at Plaza
Ralph Buckley ...
Nut Vendor
Steven Hirsch ...
Movie Patron
Murray Franklyn ...
Movie Patron
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Woman at Plaza (as Dr. Betty Shabazz)
Ed Van Nuys ...
Doorman
Robin Allyn ...
Teenager at Plaza Hotel
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Teenager with Mask
Evan Mirand ...
Teenager with Mask (as Evan Hollister Miranda)
Elana Beth Rutenberg ...
Teenager with Mask
Rochelle Kravit ...
Woman Patron (as Rochelle L. Kravit)
Gabriel E. Gyorffy ...
Comic
Linda Stayer ...
Woman in Mink
Bob Larkin ...
Security Guard
Kim Leslie ...
Ballet Dancer
Camille Hagen ...
Trixie
Mary Alan Hokanson ...
Lady on 57th Street
Jacques Foti ...
Maitre D' (as Jacque Foti)
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Pedestrian (uncredited)
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Pedestrian (uncredited)
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Russian Tea Room Hostess (uncredited)
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Reporter (uncredited)
James Lasley ...
Student (uncredited)
Rhoda Robinson ...
Midtown Lady (uncredited)

Directed by

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Howard Zieff

Written by

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Preston Sturges ... () (1948 screenplay)
 
Valerie Curtin ... (screenplay) &
Barry Levinson ... (screenplay) and
Robert Klane ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Jack B. Bernstein ... associate producer
Daniel Melnick ... executive producer
Joe Wizan ... producer
Marvin Worth ... producer

Music by

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Bill Conti

Cinematography by

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David M. Walsh ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Sheldon Kahn

Editorial Department

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Ron S. Herbes ... apprentice picture editor
Saul Saladow ... assistant editor
Maria Stinnett-Busby ... assistant editor (as Maria Stinnett)

Casting By

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Lynn Stalmaster

Production Design by

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Albert Brenner

Set Decoration by

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Rick Simpson

Costume Design by

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Kristi Zea

Makeup Department

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Gary Liddiard ... makeup artist
Shirley Padgett ... hair stylist

Production Management

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Jack B. Bernstein ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Hope R. Goodwin ... second assistant director
Jerry Sobul ... first assistant director
Lewis Gould ... second assistant director: New York (uncredited)
Glen Sanford ... second second assistant director (uncredited)

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Camille Abbott ... production illustrator
Lawrence J. Cuneo ... set designer
Spencer Deverell ... assistant art director (as H. Spencer Deverill)
Douglas Forsmith ... property assistant
Michael R. Gannon ... property assistant
David M. Haber ... assistant art director
Sherman Labby ... production illustrator
Howard McCormick II ... leadman (as Howard McCormick)
Keith McCormick ... property assistant
Everett Olson ... construction coordinator
Richard M. Rubin ... props
Michael J. Smith ... construction coordinator
Dianne Wager ... set designer (as Dianne I. Wager)

Sound Department

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William Hartman ... sound effects editor
Don Isaacs ... sound effects editor (as Don V. Isaacs)
Jerry Jost ... sound mixer
Godfrey Marks ... dialogue editor
Richard Overton ... re-recording mixer
Hank Salerno ... dialogue editor
Kirk Schuler ... sound effects editor
Theodore Soderberg ... re-recording mixer
Paul Wells ... re-recording mixer

Special Effects by

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Henry Millar Jr. ... special effects (as Henry E. Miller)

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Bill Hansard ... process rear projection coordinator

Stunts

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Richard Brown ... stunts
Cliff Cudney ... stunt coordinator
Sorin Serene Pricopie ... stunts
Karyn Raymakers ... stunts

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Larry Barbier ... still photographer
Craig DiBona ... steadicam operator
Robert Edesa ... camera operator
Norman Harris ... gaffer
Robert D. McBride ... b camera
Richard Moran ... key grip (as Richard L. Moran)
Michael Nash ... assistant camera
Andrew D. Schwartz ... still photographer: re-shoots
Ron Kenyon ... assistant chief lighting technician (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Darryl M. Athons ... costumer: men (as Darryl Athons)
Thalia C. Macarthur ... costumer: women
Guy C. Verhille ... costume supervisor

Location Management

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Huw Davies ... location manager (as T. Huw Davies)

Music Department

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George Doering ... musician
Richard S. Kaufman ... music coach
Patinka Kopec ... violin coach
Lionel Newman ... music supervisor
Ken Runyon ... music editor
Tim Sexton ... executive in charge of music (as Timothy R. Sexton)
Leonard Slatkin ... conductor
Armin Steiner ... scoring editor
Pinchas Zukerman ... musician: violin
Tommy Tedesco ... musician: guitar (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department

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Betsy Norton ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Aram Betkijian ... transportation captain
Julio Salazar ... production driver

Other crew

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Wayne Fitzgerald ... title designer
Deborah Hutchison ... unit publicist (as Deborah Rosen)
Harry Kohoyda Jr. ... auditor (as Harry Kohoyda)
Claire Mactague ... production coordinator

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Plot Summary

Claude Eastman, is a composer and conductor. He is married to Daniella, who is half his age. While away on a trip he told his Italian driver, Giuseppe, to tell his friend Norman to keep an eye on her, or take care of her. But his english is not too good, so Norman thought he was saying that Claude wanted him to hire a private eye to keep tabs on her. Which he did. Claude tells him that it's ok but the man Norman hired gives him his report and it says something happened while he was away. Claude, of course, tells him to throw it away but after Norman leaves, Claude tries to retrieve it and tries to read it but Daniella's there, when Giuseppe destoys it, he goes to the man Norman hired to get a copy. He tells Claude that a man went into his apartment while he was away and left at an unusual hour, and that he also has a video. Claude tells him to destroy it but shortly after leaving returns so that he can watch it. Now the video's a little fuzzy but clearly he can see that the man wears a particular type of clothing. Claude goes around checking every man he knows to see if they wear that clothing. He discovers that Max, his protege and a ladies man wears it. After confronting Daniella, she is harboring a secret but not what Claude thinks it is, so when she tells Claude that it's no big thing, Claude freaks out, and is planning to kill her and frame Max but an unforeseen circumstance disrupts the perfect plan he dreamed up. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Taglines A toast to the man who has everything. Fame, fortune, a beautiful young wife - and a friend he hopes he can trust. [UK Theatrical] See more »
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Also Known As
  • Faut pas en faire un drame (France)
  • Infielmente tuya (Spain)
  • Bitte nicht heute nacht (West Germany)
  • Mies joka tiesi liian vähän (Finland)
  • 殺したいほど愛されて (Japan, Japanese title)
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  • 96 min
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Budget $12,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $3,774,126, 12 Feb 1984

Did You Know?

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Trivia This was originally intended as a project for Peter Sellers before his death in 1980. See more »
Movie Connections Features L'Avventura (1960). See more »
Soundtracks Unfaithfully Yours (One Love) See more »
Quotes Claude Eastman: Will you miss younger men?
Daniella Eastman: The truth?
Claude Eastman: No!
Daniella Eastman: Younger men are like fast food restaurants. the food is fast, but it's not all that good. But, with you it's like dining in the most expensive restaurant in the world. Of course, the service may be a little slow...
Claude Eastman: Yeah, well...
[he tackles her over the couch]
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