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Antonia and Jane 

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Plain Jane Hartman hates her life. She's goofy, boring and only has sex if she reads Iris Murdoch novels out loud to her loopy boyfriend. Her oldest friend Antonia McGill knows about ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Jane Hartman
... Antonia McGill
... Rosa Gluberman (as Petricia Leventon)
Alfred Hoffman ... Harry Rosenthal
Maria Charles ... Sylvia Pinker, Social Coordinator
... Uncle Irwin Carlinsky
... Norman Beer, Jane's Lover
... Therapist
... Uncle Vladimir Hartman
... Jane's Mother
Bonnie Parker ... Young Jane
Sheila Allen ... Tutor
... Howard Nash
Cato Sandford ... Baby Daniel
... Edgar
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Plain Jane Hartman hates her life. She's goofy, boring and only has sex if she reads Iris Murdoch novels out loud to her loopy boyfriend. Her oldest friend Antonia McGill knows about everything. She orders the right food; she can complain and get results. She's beautiful and has a brilliant career. Is it any wonder that they hate each other's guts? Written by Teresa O'Donnell <sun.moon.stars@worldnet.att.net>

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November 1991 (USA)  »

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$1,002,078
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This film marked Peter Wingfield's introduction into movies, playing the bit part of the taxi driver, which he credits to being because the original cast member to play the part couldn't drive. See more »

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References 9½ Weeks (1986) See more »

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Ain't Misbehavin'
Written by Fats Waller, Harry Brooks and Andy Razaf
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Antonia and Jane is the essence of what makes British films excellent.
26 April 1999 | by See all my reviews

Antonia and Jane is a wonderful British Film that deserves praise for its depth, its originality, and its gentle humor. It is quite touching, and deserves accolades for every aspect of the film. The Soundtrack to the film is delightful also, especially the song at the end of the film. This film will evoke tears.


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