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Shades of Love: Tangerine Taxi (1988)

PG-13 | | Romance, Drama | TV Movie 18 August 1988
An odd cab driver learns that a research scientist is in dire need of funding and reveals himself to be an eccentric philanthropist in disguise. Happiness ensues.

Director:

Mort Ransen

Writers:

Lennette Horton (story), Mort Ransen
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Marshall Colt ... David Adashek
Roberta Weiss ... Evan Moore
Steve Marshall ... Andy
Perry Schneiderman Perry Schneiderman ... Lionel
Joan Heney Joan Heney ... Thelma Adashek
Raymond Bélisle Raymond Bélisle ... Taxi Driver
Jacques Tourangeau ... Policeman #1
Harry Hill ... Mark, The Butler
David De Sanctis David De Sanctis ... Security Cop
Michael Sinelnikoff ... Bookish Man
Fred Smith Fred Smith ... Policeman #2
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An odd cab driver learns that a research scientist is in dire need of funding and reveals himself to be an eccentric philanthropist in disguise. Happiness ensues.

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Genres:

Romance | Drama

Certificate:

PG-13
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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 August 1988 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Capriciile iubirii - Umbra îngerului See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Soundtracks

I JUST FALL IN LOVE AGAIN
Performed by Anne Murray
Music & Lyrics by Dorff Sklerov & Lloyd Herbstritt
Marshall Way Music/Holly Kelly Music
Courtesy of Capital Records
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Treacly, miserable dross
4 July 2003 | by tezhowesSee all my reviews

As fetching as Roberta Weiss is - and she is extraordinarily pretty - this Canadian-made monstrosity is as vacuous and predictable as the Harlequin Romances it mimics. Even as a romantic chick-flick, it fails miserably. And a big anti-Oscar to the male lead, Marshall Colt, who wisely left the acting game a decade ago. It's watching laughable performances by pretenders like Colt that gives one an appreciation of real acting ability.


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