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Walter Matthau in Pete 'n' Tillie

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also starring Carol Burnett
I WJhen you've reached my age and your friends are beginning to worry about you, blind dates are a way of life,' declares Tillie Schlaine before being introduced to Pete Seltzer at a party by her match-making friend, Gertrude.
In this witty and moving comedy-drama, Walter Matthau plays the wise-cracking advertising researcher, Pete. Carol Burnett , in her first major screen role, is his reluctant girlfriend and eventual wife, Tillie.
Screenplay by JULIUS J EPSTEIN , based on the novel Witch's Milk by PETER DE VRIES Produced by JULIUS J. EPSTEIN
Directed by MARTIN RITT. Films: page 116

Contributors

Unknown: Carol Burnett
Unknown: Tillie Schlaine
Unknown: Pete Seltzer
Unknown: Walter Matthau
Unknown: Pete. Carol Burnett
Unknown: Julius J Epstein
Unknown: Peter de Vries
Produced By: Julius J. Epstein
Directed By: Martin Ritt.
Pete Seltzer.: Walter Matthau
Tillie Schlaine.: Carol Burnett
Gertrude: Geraldine Page
Burt: Barry Nelson
Timmy Twitchell.: Rene Auberjonois
Robbie: Lee H. Montgomery
Mr Tucker: Henry Jones
Fr Keating: Kent Smith
Dr Willett: Philip Bourneuf
Minister: Whit Bissell
Lucy Lund.: Timothy Blake

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Walter Matthau in Pete 'n' Tillie

BBC Two England, 23 December 1980 22.55






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