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The Witches of Eastwick

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Adult comedy starring Jack Nicholson, Cher, Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer
Nothing ever happens in the sleepy New England town of Eastwick. But all that's about to change when three bored, recently divorced women make a wish - for a dynamic man to enter their lives. So when the charismatic and mysterious
Daryl Van Horne arrives on the scene they are happily taken in by his charms - but then strange things start to happen.
Director George Miller (1987)
FlLM REVIEWS pages 43.49

Contributors

Director: George Miller
Daryl Van Horne: Jack Nicholson
Alexandra Medford: Cher
Jane Spofford: Susan Sarandon
Sukie Ridgemont: Michelle Pfeiffer
Felicia Alden: Veronica Cartwright
Clyde Alden: Richard Jenkins
Walter Neff: Keith Jochim
Fidel: Carel Struycken

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The Witches of Eastwick

BBC One London, 3 January 1994 22.35






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