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Anything But Love 

Marty and Hannah are two co-workers who are attracted to each other, but don't want to spoil their friendship by starting a romantic relationship.
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1992   1991   1990   1989  
Won 1 Golden Globe. Another 1 win & 5 nominations. See more awards »

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Complete series cast summary:
Jamie Lee Curtis ...  Hannah Miller 56 episodes, 1989-1992
Richard Lewis ...  Marty Gold 56 episodes, 1989-1992
Richard Frank Richard Frank ...  Jules / ... 56 episodes, 1989-1992
Holly Fulger ...  Robin Dulitski 50 episodes, 1989-1992
Ann Magnuson ...  Catherine Hughes / ... 50 episodes, 1989-1992
Bruce Weitz ...  Mike Urbanek 28 episodes, 1991-1992
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Marty and Hannah are two co-workers who are attracted to each other, but don't want to spoil their friendship by starting a romantic relationship. Written by Afterburner <aburner@erols.com>

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sitcom | title based on song | See All (2) »

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 March 1989 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Cariño de papel See more »

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Runtime:

(56 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The unaired pilot for the show featured similar characters, but a different premise. In the unaired pilot, Hannah is a high powered editor in a love triangle with Marty and another man, played by D.W. Moffett. The network liked the characters, but asked that the show be retooled to eliminate the love triangle and change the Hannah/Marty relationship before ordering it to series. See more »

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Referenced in Nostalgia Critic: Chairman of the Board (2010) See more »

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When television was smart
24 October 2004 | by gfrancieSee all my reviews

This was such a lovely show and I miss that sort of thing that isn't on television anymore. It was very smart, very silly and combined slapstick and clever dialogue well. The show reminded me in some respects of films from the thirties that had witty dialogue and a screwball sensibility and the chemistry between Jamie Lee Curtis and Richard Lewis was endearing and believable. One was given the impression that everyone enjoyed what they were doing. A favorite episode of mine involved someone running into an ex at a restaurant and the three four different stories of how the situation occurred. The best was a Fellini-like observation of the event. It is one of those clever obscure shows that deserves to be on DVD just for my sake.


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